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One company is the nation's biggest cable TV provider. The other owns a TV network, several popular cable channels and a movie studio.
But when it comes to the $30-billion merger of Comcast Corp. and NBC Universal, the regulators and lawmakers who will decide the fate of the deal aren't focusing on the big screen or the small screen. They're looking at the Internet.
Welcome to a media marriage, circa 2010.