The FCC approved the merger June 19 of Intelsat with PanAmSat. PanAmSat will become an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Intelsat. Post-merger, PanAmSat and its subsidiaries will continue as separate corporate entities. The transaction was unopposed. The commission conditioned its approval on Intelsat’s compliance with national security and law enforcement commitments.
For more information, visit: www.fcc.gov.
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