With surprisingly little public reaction, on May 17, 2014, the American Telephone and Telegraphy Company (AT&T) and DirecTV (colloquially known as “Dish”) announced plans to merge. The new company’s largely one-way subscribership would be slightly smaller than the newly expanded and largely interactive Comcast’s 30 million. But the on demand capability may be far more important than the total customers, for antitrust and regulatory purposes.
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