Cable Stocks Lose That Consolidation Feeling

September 2014
Multichannel News;9/29/2014, Vol. 35 Issue 36, p45
The article discusses the decline of consolidation trend in cable television industry and its impact on stock prices of cable television firms. The topics discussed include closing of merger deal between mass media firm Comcast and Time Warner Cable (TWC), the views of Craig Moffett, a senior analyst at independent institutional research firm Moffett Nathanson, on the issue. Also discussed are effects of competitive advertising market on firms' stocks.


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