This Week in Tech: Senate Commerce talks video marketplace
July 14, 2014
The Senate Commerce Committee will take a look at regulations and business moves affecting television this week, as the panel eyes a critical satellite TV law. On Wednesday, the committee will question whether the country is at a “tipping point” on “consumer choice, consolidation and the future video marketplace.”
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