NEW YORK, Oct 28 (Reuters) - EchoStar Communications has tentatively agreed to transfer dozens of communications frequencies and three satellites to Cablevision in a bid to salvage Echostar's embattled merger plans, the New York Times reported on Monday in its online edition. Citing people close to the companies, the Times reported that EchoStar and Cablevision had presented the plan to antitrust officials at the Justice Department in an effort to save EchoStar's proposed acquisition of ...
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