Enterprises TV plans to examine the nation's media giants who are trying to merge into fewer, but larger, operations.
Online PR News – 20-May-2014 – Coral Springs, Florida – Enterprises TV is planning to present a report on the consolidation of media providers in the American market. Media giant AT&T has tabled an offer to buy satellite TV provider DirectTV for close to $50 million. Also, AT&T's major cable rival, Comcast, has made advances toward Time Warner Cable about another possible big-media merger. Of course, the party that would be most affected by any of these behemoths consolidating, would be the consumer, as a reduction in competition is usually followed by some marked rising of fees. The FCC is closely examining these deals in order to provide some protection to the public.
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