Post Tech: The future of TV
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Post Tech: The future of TV

Marvin Ammori is a professor of law at the University of Nebraska and advisor to public interest group Free Press. He talks about how the retransmission dispute between Fox and Cablevision, Comcast-NBC merger and net neutrality are all coming together in the future of television. (Cecilia Kang/The Washington Post)

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