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Table of Contents - October 22, 2014

Clocks Stopped In Comcast, AT&T Merger Dockets

The FCC's Media Bureau today stopped the agency's self-imposed 180-day "shot clock" in two major merger proceedings while it considers the objections of programmers and broadcasters to their programming and retransmission consent agreements being viewed by third parties as part of the merger reviews.

In response to the broadcasters and programmers' concerns, the bureau had previously adopted modified joint protective orders in the Commission's reviews of Comcast Corp.'s proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable, Inc., and AT&T, Inc.'s proposed acquisition of Directv (TRDaily, Oct. 7).


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