The Gigaom Show: Comcast/TWC, the trials of Sprint’s Dan Hesse, and Bitcoin’s growing pains

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On this week’s episode of The Gigaom Show, we tackle one of the biggest stories we’ve seen in months: Comcast’s $44 billion bid for Time Warner Cable. As you might expect, we have some strong feelings about this potential deal. We also catch up with Sprint’s (s s) Dan Hesse about his company’s plans to catch up in the 4G competition, and wonder whether Bitcoin needs some adult supervision.
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Hosts: Tom Krazit, Kevin Tofel
Guests: Kevin Fitchard, Jeff Roberts
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Comcast and Time Warner Cable: Forget TV, it is all about broadband
Broadband blockbuster: Comcast bids for Time Warner Cable (roundup)
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse: Just give us time, and we’ll build the 4G network of your dreams
Is this any way to run Bitcoin? MtGox mess shows need for grownup governance