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Sources tell CNBC that Comcast is seeking advice on antitrust and FCC concerns of a Time Warner Cable deal. Tony Romm at Politico said, “That comcast is even asking questions about time warner cable is sure to cause a huge stir.” Katy Bachman from Adweek called that tweet an “Understatement.” Matt Sinn at 10 News Tampa Bay just wrote, “Uhhhh.”

Over at All Things D, Mike Isaac writes: Sheryl Sandberg Says Facebook Totally Doesn't Have a Teenager Problem. He also tweeted: “Have you hugged a teen today? Facebook sure has!” Reed Albergotti at the Wall Street Journal explained, “@sherylsandberg: Overall teen use of Facebook is stable, majority of teens users go on every day.” Mathew Ingram at GigaOM stayed skeptical: “Riiiiiiight.”

Mark Landler at the Times reports that Photographers Protest White House Restrictions. Basically, photos are excluded from events and the White House then releases its own media. Randall Palmer at Reuters called it an “Interesting dispute over access between White House and photographers.” Jacquie McNish from Globe and Mail tweeted: “The White House is increasingly out of focus @susannecraig.”

For more media news, Gigaom’s Janko Roettgers got An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at AJ+, Al Jazeera’s upcoming online news network. Mark Little at Storyful tweeted this quote from the piece: “‘If you’re gonna jump, jump with both feet.’ Al Jazeera preps it new online channel, AJ+.”

And the New York Times’ Jess SilverGreenberg remembers why she really loves her copy desk.

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