Media Mergers GUESTS: MARK GUNTHER *Writer at Fortune Magazine OTHER GUESTS TBA In a deal worth thirty-six billion dollars, media giants CBS and Viacom have decided to merge. The merger, now possible because of a relaxation of FCC rules, may be a sign of things to come. Will this mean higher prices for fewer choices? Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at what is gained and what is lost for consumers when media interests merge.
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Media Mergers

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Media Mergers

Media Mergers

Media Mergers

Only Available in Archive Formats.

GUESTS: MARK GUNTHER *Writer at Fortune Magazine OTHER GUESTS TBA In a deal worth thirty-six billion dollars, media giants CBS and Viacom have decided to merge. The merger, now possible because of a relaxation of FCC rules, may be a sign of things to come. Will this mean higher prices for fewer choices? Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at what is gained and what is lost for consumers when media interests merge.