SPOTLIGHT: Comcast sues FCC over 30% cap


Comcast is suing the Federal Communications Commission over the 30 percent cap the agency enforces against cable TV companies owning multi-channel properties. Comcast currently has a 27 percent share of such properties, and in suing the FCC, the firm is questioning why the agency was not similarly tough on AT&T's acquisition of BellSouth and other telco mergers.

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- check out this report at Broadcasting and Cable

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