VIDEO: What the AT&T, DirecTV Deal Means for Consumers

by InvestorPlace Staff | May 19, 2014 9:00 am

AT&T’s (T[1]) $48 billion acquisition of DirecTV (DTV[2]) is the latest in a series of major media conglomeration deals including Comcast (CMCSA[3]), Time Warner (TWC[4]) and Sprint (S[5]). But the deal must first win the approval of regulators as consumers continue to worry about new media monopolies.

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