Comcast-NBC Merger Approved

Comcast and NBCUniversal
Comcast-NBC Merge
Comcast-NBC Merge

The US Justice Department and FCC approved Comcast’s purchase of NBC Universal, with GE dropping their ownership to 49%. The FCC was cautionary, stating that such a deal could threaten “the development of innovative online video distribution services.” Comcast will lose its management rights of Hulu and neither company can restrict “unreasonable” online distribution of its video. Read the full article at techcrunch.com

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