A February 13, 2014
Comcast press release announced “Time Warner Cable to
Merge with Comcast Corporation to Create a World-Class
Technology and Media Company” and went on to say
“Strategic Combination Will Accelerate Delivery of Comcast’s
Technologically Advanced Products and Services to Time Warner
Cable’s Customers,” and “Transaction Creates Multiple
Pro-Consumer and Pro-Competitive Benefits.”
Outside the Comcast and Time Warner corporate offices, there were
different characterizations of what would result if the biggest
cable company merged with the second biggest.
On the March 6, 2014 edition of
Matt Wood, Policy Director with Free Press got
on the phone to talk about some of the issues related to this
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