Polka Talks Transparency In AT&T/Time Warner Proceedings

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Yesterday, RBR+TVBR reported on the large programmers objection to the proposal that parties to an arbitration involving Time Warner programming should have the right to access their programming contracts in discovery, saying such contracts contain highly confidential and competitively sensitive information, among other things.


This morning, American Cable Association President and CEO Matthew M. Polka issued the following statement regarding the opposition of Disney, Fox, Univision, and Viacom to ACA and RCN’s proposed commercial arbitration remedy, particularly its discovery process fix, for effectively addressing the harms of the AT&T/Time Warner merger:

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