Sky Falling? In the Aftermath of Comcast-Netflix Interconnection Agreement

Take one Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger proposal, throw in the FCC’s overturned net neutrality rules, and the news that Comcast and Netflix have a “mutually beneficial” interconnection agreement hits stratospheric levels. That quickly became the case Sun, when the companies confirmed that they have a deal, which they noted was the result of “many months” of collaborative work (read: this was in play before TWC or the DC Circuit’s decision). Much of Mon was devoted to reining folks back in. A MoffettNathanson note addresses net neutrality, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam reveals the company plans to make a similar deal with Netflix soon and other industry players comment.

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