FCC pauses shot clock again on Comcast-TWC, AT&T-DirectTV deal reviews

For the second time, the FCC is pausing its 180-day "shot clock" for its regulatory reviews of this year's two mega mergers of Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), and AT&T (NYSE: T) and DirecTV (NASDAQ: DTV). The regulator said its decision was due to pending court decisions on how to handle disclosures of information related to deals made by video providers with programming companies. FierceCable has coverage of the FCC's decision here. 

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