Keyword: American Cable Association (ACA)
Makan Delrahim questioned the effectiveness of behavioral conditions amid mounting antitrust concerns over the Comcast-NBCUniversal merger.
A bill being circulated by Rep. Steve Scalise would dramatically alter how pay TV operators, broadcasters and programmers negotiate carriage deals.
Smaller cable operators have found an unlikely ally in their attempt to stop Sinclair’s $3.9 billion Tribune takeover: the ACLU.
Here is some of the other news we've been tracking today.
AT&T scored a landmark victory Tuesday when the court OK’d its $85 billion merger with Time Warner. Reactions from the industry were mixed.
The cable industry, already investing billions of dollars on things like DOCSIS 3.1 network upgrades, lauded the sunset of Title II rules.
CBS Corp., Viacom, and others pushed back on a regulatory remedy to the AT&T-Time Warner merger proposed by the American Cable Association and RCN.
The ACA has signaled that it will try to get in the way of Comcast attempted all-cash acquisition of Fox assets.
Cable's top lobbying groups criticized a Senate measure blocking the FCC's rollback of net neutrality rules.
The ACA and RCN are proposing alternative deal conditions for the AT&T-Time Warner Inc. merger.