Uniting the nation’s two largest cable providers, Time Warner Cable and Comcast, would have meant one company controlled up to 30 percent of the pay television subscriptions and 50 percent of the high-speed Internet market.
Uniting the nation’s two largest cable providers, Time Warner Cable and Comcast, would have meant one company controlled up to 30 percent of the pay television subscriptions and 50 percent of the high-speed Internet market. Gene J. Puskar AP
Uniting the nation’s two largest cable providers, Time Warner Cable and Comcast, would have meant one company controlled up to 30 percent of the pay television subscriptions and 50 percent of the high-speed Internet market. Gene J. Puskar AP

Would Comcast-Time Warner merger have boosted service or hurt viewing choices?

April 23, 2015 06:53 PM

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