Comcast to buy Dreamworks Animation. Is the Mass Media Company Too Massive?

Dreamworks Animation will be sold to Comcast for $3.8 billion. The animation company will join an already-crowded Comcast portfolio that includes Universal Pictures, Focus Features, the television networks MSNBC and Bravo, not to mention Hulu, Fandango, the Universal theme parks, and the Philadelphia Flyers hockey franchise. The sale got us asking, ‘when does a mass media company like Comcast become too massive’?