PSC delays cable merger decision again
Jan 22, 2015 12:02 am
Scott Waldman in Capital New York reports that the state Public Service Commission has for a third time delayed making a decision on the proposed merger of Time Warner Cable and Comcast. The commission is now expected to take up the issue on Feb. 26 with a final order being issued by March 3, according to the story. The article implies this delay is to wait until after the Federal Communications Commission makes its long-awaited decision on net neutrality in mid-February. The PSC is ruling on the New York part of the merger, the FCC would later have to sign-off on the merger nationally. Read the full story in Capital New York.