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How will regulators see the Comcast-Time Warner deal?

  • Aired: 02/13/2014
  • 07:03
  • Rating: NR
Telecom company Comcast is making a bid to buy the media giant Time Warner for $45 billion. If approved, Comcast will extend its geographic reach and control nearly 30 percent of all paid cable subscribers in the United States. Gwen Ifill learns more about the motivation behind the deal and possible changes for consumers from Edmund Lee of Bloomberg News.
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Edmund Lee of Bloomberg News talks the Comcast bid for a Time Warner merger.
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