Keyword: Department of Justice
The DOJ said it will back off its challenge to the Gray-Raycom merger if the companies agree to sell off television stations in nine U.S. markets.
With oral arguments set for Dec. 6 in the Justice Department’s appeal of a decision allowing the AT&T-Time Warner merger, new details are emerging.
Makan Delrahim questioned the effectiveness of behavioral conditions amid mounting antitrust concerns over the Comcast-NBCUniversal merger.
An HBO blackout is notable since it’s never happened before. But it could have deeper implications as AT&T plans to fight off a challenge to its Time Warner merger.
The twisting saga of AT&T’s $85 billion merger with Time Warner and the DOJ’s attempt to block it is officially nearing another landmark.
Comcast is almost out from under the conditions placed on its 2011 acquisition of NBCUniversal. But the DOJ is still keeping an eye on the company.
The DOJ is challenging a court’s decision to allow the $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger, and now it could be getting a small assist from the FCC.
The Justice Department is officially appealing Judge Richard Leon’s decision in the Time Warner merger case, but AT&T is calling no takebacks.
The Walt Disney Company has officially received the Justice Department’s blessing for its $71.3 billion bid for Fox, but now the clock is ticking.
The Walt Disney Company got the official approval to acquire 21st Century Fox, but the company must sell off Fox’s 22 regional sports networks.