- The merger between Time Warner (TWC) and Comcast (CMCSA) should be approved with a watchful eye kept in place, argues an editorial in The Washington Post.
- The Post notes consolidation might be the only way for pay-TV operators to compete with online video services and broadband providers at scale.
- The regional differences between TWC and CMCSA keep consumers in a position that isn't far off from the status quo, reasons the Bezos-owned publication.
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