Charter Takes on OTT Detractors

Originally appeared in CED Magazine
By: Laura Hamilton,
March 8, 2016

In recent weeks, opponents of the potential buy of Time Warner Cable have been mischaracterizing comments made by Charter CEO Tom Rutledge about OTT programming, according to the post. That’s “in an effort to seek unnecessary concessions as the merger review process enters its final stages. As we get closer to completing this transaction, our competitors and those we negotiate with are increasingly making demands in an attempt to benefit their own finances,” the blog states.

In recent weeks, opponents of the potential buy of Time Warner Cable have been mischaracterizing comments made by Charter CEO Tom Rutledge about OTT programming, according to the post. That’s “in an effort to seek unnecessary concessions as the merger review process enters its final stages. As we get closer to completing this transaction, our competitors and those we negotiate with are increasingly making demands in an attempt to benefit their own finances,” the blog states.

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