Thursday, February 13, 2014

L.A.-Area Consumer Advocates Sound Alarm Over Proposed Comcast, Time Warner Merger

Consumer advocates are sounding the alarm over cable giant Comcast's announcement that it has agreed to buy Time Warner Cable for 45 billion dollars. The combined group would be the country's dominant provider of television channels and Internet connections. But it’s not a done deal. The cable giants face regulatory hurdles and widespread opposition. KPFK’s Larry Buhl files this report.