The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved America Online’s $103 billion merger with Time Warner, giving the companies the final clearance they need to close the deal and create a new- and old-media giant.

The FCC approval included some conditions on the merged company’s instant-messaging and high-speed Internet services. But the conditions will have little immediate effect beyond limits already imposed by the Federal Trade Commission when it approved the deal last month.

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