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FCC pauses Charter, Time Warner Cable probe

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Tuesday 05 January 16

U.S. regulator gives itself 15 days to examine documents from cablecos, covering pricing and investment plans, impact on regional sports networks.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has put its investigation of Charter Communications' planned merger with Time Warner Cable on hold, giving itself an additional two weeks to examine new documentation from the companies detailing the impact of the deal on various aspects of their businesses. In a letter shared on its Website on Monday…

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has put its investigation of Charter Communications' planned merger with Time Warner Cable on hold, giving itself an additional two weeks to examine new documentation from the companies detailing the impact of the deal on various aspects of their businesses. In a letter shared on its Website on Monday…

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