ALBANY, N.Y. - The public gets a chance to have its voice heard over a much-talked about merger that could affect residents of the Empire State.
Comcast will be merging with Time Warner Cable and on Wednesday, the New York State Public Service Commission is hoping to hear from people about what they think of the merger. The commission will use what they hear in their detailed investigation into the proposal, to see if it's in the best interest of Time Warner's New York customers, and for the state as a whole.
Time Warner serves almost three million people statewide, while Comcast serves 23,000.
Those who would like to voice their opinion can do so at SUNY Albany at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.