Wheeler Eager for Start of Charter-TWC Shot Clock

August 10, 2015

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says the FCC will start its informal shot clock on the Charter-Time Warner Cable deal as soon as the commissioners vote the protective order for confidential documents submitted for review in that deal, but that in the interim it is not "sitting around sucking eggs," that the process "is underway" and he is eager to start the clock.

 

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