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AT&T-Time Warner and the Dawn of 'TV Everywhere'
31:50 - AT&T has agreed to acquire Time Warner in a deal worth $85.4 billion. Bloomberg's Alex Sherman examines what the deal means to both companies and the regulatory hurdles the agreement may face. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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