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New T-Mobile Files Public Interest Statement with FCC

T-Mobile took the first step forward to have its merger with Sprint approved, filing a Public Interest Statement with the FCC.

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Nervous Mouse? Firm Downgrades Disney Amid Fox Fight, Others Still Bullish

Despite Disney’s inevitable war with Comcast for Fox and Sky, Pivotal Research Group’s Monday downgrade of the company from “Hold” to “Sell” breaks from the Wall Street pack.

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Pai Telemedicine Proposal Earns Majority Support

A majority of FCC commissioners voted in favor of chmn Ajit Pai’s proposal to increase funding for the Universal Service Fund’s Rural Health Care Program by $171mln a year.

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European Commission Approves Comcast-Sky Deal

Comcast on Friday cleared one of its final obstacles in its chase for Sky, with the European Commission’s decision to approve the proposed acquisition unconditionally.

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The Other Shoe: Comcast Goes in Big for Fox

Speculation that Comcast would increase its bid 20% over Disney’s $52bln proposal for 21st Century Fox assets was right on, with Comcast upping the ante 19% with a $65bln offer after the bell Wednesday.

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ACA, Congressmen React to AT&T-Time Warner

ACA said it was disappointed the AT&T-Time Warner deal wasn’t blocked or a commercial arbitration offer made by the companies wasn’t enhanced (it did not apply to HBO).

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Wait’s Over: Judge Clears the Way for AT&T-Time Warner Combo

It was just as the pundits predicted with Judge Richard Leon rejecting the DOJ’s attempt to block the $85bln AT&T-Time Warner deal.

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Title II is No Longer the Law the of the Land

ISPs may find themselves facing a new questions from customers now that Title II has officially ended and the FCC’s “Restoring Internet Order” taken effect.
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