Media mergers posing serious threats to consumers’ interest, say experts
August 14, 2014
The media industry is likely to see many mergers in the coming times. Reports are rife that leading cable TV company, Comcast is looking forward to acquire another cable TV giant Time Warner Cable. Other news of merger is likely to arrive from T-Mobile and Sprint – the third and fourth-largest wireless providers. Last but not the least Rupert Murdoch of 21st Century Fox is reportedly going to take over media firm Time Warner.
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