Comcast found a way to raise other cable companies’ prices, rivals say

The issue relates to Comcast’s ownership of regional sports networks that are marketed under the brand of Comcast’s NBC subsidiary. Comcast wants to redefine the so-called “minimum penetration policy,” essentially making it impossible for small cable companies to sell a cheap, basic tier of TV service that doesn’t include higher-priced channels, the ACA alleged. – Jon. Brodkin, Ars Technica http://ift.tt/2wQqNny