FCC Begins Overview of Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable Merger

FCC Begins Overview of Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable Merger

FCC Begins Overview of Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable Merger

Local governments might also have authority to examine, raise concerns and seek conditions to safeguard their communities

 

The Government Communications Commission has opened up a proceeding to examine the suggested merger announced in May between Charter Communications Corporation. and Time Warner Cable Corporation., and also the connected purchase of Vibrant House Systems by Charter, and also the companies have filed their “public interest statement” starting off the FCC’s overview of the transaction.

Local governments and also the public will be presented an chance to file for comments around the suggested transaction. As the FCC hasn’t yet set deadlines for filing comments, it’ll likely achieve this soon.

The FCC overview of the merger application will give you a distinctive chance for local governments to resist the merger (whether or not the merger isn’t susceptible to review in the local level) and lift concerns concerning the merger’s effects on localities, in addition to seek problems that could safeguard local neighborhoods. Could also be significant possibilities for many local governments to safeguard consumers via a local review process, or through reviews in the condition level.

 

 

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