Several Wall Street analysts might believe the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger puts Arris in a prime position, but Arris CEO Bob Stanzione is taking a “wait-and-see” approach. Speaking at the NCTC Winter Conference Tues, he called the deal “somewhat of a surprise” and predicted the combo will happen—although he said the final form is unclear. More from the CEO on 4K and future set-tops, plus comments from a panel of lawyers on what to expect next from the merger.

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Traditional and new digital media execs mingled and mixed Tues at Digital Entertainment World in L.A. as they try to figure out how to capitalize on changing consumer viewing habits. This is what they had to say.
 
 

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