The U.S. of Comcast: Follow the $19M in Lobbying [Video] – BloombergTV


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mega-merger with Time Warner Cable? For one thing, Comcast has launched a big lobbying effort, and many of the players who could approve the deal have an incentive to do so. Bloomberg West’s Editor-at-large Cory Johnson takes a look at Comcast’s government connections.

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Netflix vs. Amazon, and the New Economics of Television – NYTimes

It’s been a busy week for the companies in the business of trying to revolutionize how we watch television.

Netflix struck a deal to make its video streaming service available through set-top boxes offered by three cable companies; said it would raise its prices for new customers; and publicly objected to a planned merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. HBO struck a deal to offer its shows on a formidable Netflix competitor, Amazon Prime. Oh, and while we’re at it, AT&T and the Chernin Group said they would introduce a new, $500 million venture to compete in the same crowded market.”

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Fan TV’s Slick Cable Box Replacement Is Coming to Time Warner Cable – Gizmodo


It’s been nearly a year since Fan TV told us about its plan to to revolutionize the way we watch live TV with a set-top-box. Today, Time Warner customers become the first to get access to the platform. It turns out that making your cable work better comes at a hefty price.

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