Rising pay-TV rates could play role in merger debates

May 20, 2014

With two planned megamergers threatening to further reduce competition in the pay-TV industry, consumer advocates have been looking for a way to shoot down the deals. A new report on industry pricing may have given them some needed ammunition.


Read more at: http://www.mercurynews.com/troy-wolverton/ci_25795415/rising-pay-tv-rates-could-play-role-merger

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