Who loses if ATT buys Time Warner? Likely the consumer…

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People walk past an AT&T store in New York on October 23, 2016. AT&T unveiled a mega-deal for Time Warner that would transform the telecom giant into a media-entertainment powerhouse positioned for a sector facing major technology changes. The stock-and-cash deal is valued at $108.7 billion including debt, and gives a value of $84.5 billion to Time Warner -- a major name in the sector that includes the Warner Bros. studios in Hollywood and an array of TV assets such as HBO and CNN. ( KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images)

Chicago Tribune columnist with a decade of experience covering business, Phil D. Rosenthal joins Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes to assess just how ATT buying Time Warner will affect consumers and the chances the deal will actually be completed.

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