Vox reports on three significant changes pending this summer that could change the media and the Internet forever:
One, will the U.S. Supreme Court let Aereo stream free broadcast television over the Internet?
Two, can Comcast buy Time Warner Cable?
Three, will the Federal Communications Commission vote to approve Internet "fast lanes" for companies that pay more?
"It is entirely possible that 2014 will end with the traditional cable bundle broken, a fundamental change to the free and open internet, and the emergence of Comcast as a telecom behemoth more powerful than the old AT&T even dared to dream. It is also possible the complete opposite of those things will happen," Vox's Nilay Patel writes.