Comcast won't be carrying Al-Jazeera; House to air AT&T-T-Mobile thoughts May 26

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) won't be cutting a transmission deal with Al-Jazeera any time soon, David Jensen, vice president for content acquisition said. Story

> A House Judiciary subcommittee has tentatively settled on May 26 to examine AT&T's (NYSE: T) plans to acquire T-Mobile USA. Story

> Attorney General Jeffrey Holder said that the Justice Department didn't give "rubber stamp" approval to Comcast's NBCUniversal acquisition. Story

> Warner Bros. will purchase Flixster to help people flip through the movies they've bought and access them on any device they like. Story

And finally ... former FCC Chairman and current NCTA President Michael Powell apparently has both the attention and the respect of the federal body he used to run. Story

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