DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Don't be surprised if Colorado becomes Charter country for cable TV.
Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA) is the largest cable TV operator in the state, with more than 800,000 customers, thousands of employees and national network operations and regional sales based here.
But there have been reports in recent days that Philadelphia-based Comcast and Stamford, Conn.-based Charter Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: CHTR) are nearing a deal to help Comcast divest markets with more than 3 million customers to get its deal to buy Time Warner Cable past federal regulators.
News on Comcast sales to Charter could come any day, according to Bloomberg news service.
Some of the deal involves Charter swapping to Comcast some cable systems in Los Angeles. But the main markets that Comcast would offload have not been identified.
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