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Graham to Comcast Exec: ‘Anybody Represent DIRECTV?’

By Niels Lesniewski and JM Rieger

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When officials from Comcast and Time Warner Cable appeared at the Senate Judiciary Committee to push the case for their proposed $45 billion merger, Sen. Lindsey Graham asked questions that any ordinary American consumer might. The South Carolina Republican had service issues, with both cable and DirecTV. Before he switched to the satellite service, Graham said at the hearing that his cable TV “went out right in the fourth quarter of a ballgame.”

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