Dish to lose $3.3B in auction bidding discounts; Netflix updates TV app

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> AT&T signed a U-verse carriage deal with TV One. Broadcasting & Cable article

> Netflix released an update to its TV app that supports a "resume playing" function, among other options. Post

> Dish Network confirmed the FCC is poised to deny $3.33 billion in bidding credits to two affiliates that won airwaves in the AWS-3 spectrum auction that ended in January, dealing a financial blow to Dish. Article

> Susanne Daniels, head of programming at MTV, is leaving the company. Multichannel News article

> Graham Media Group said it is still working with Dish Network on a retransmission agreement, and that a deal is "near." Multichannel News article

Telecom News

> TDS continues to make progress with its 1 Gbps fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) rollout, adding Bagley, Wis., and surrounding areas to its growing rural service footprint. Article

Wireless Tech News

> While Verizon's CFO touted the company's network densification plans during the company's second-quarter conference call, analysts are speculating the operator will face LTE network congestion issues over the next couple of years. Article

> FirstNet, which has been tasked with building a nationwide LTE network for emergency workers, is working to create portable cellular base stations that can ride inside police cars and other vehicles, thereby allowing emergency workers to quickly and easily deploy wireless networks in remote areas. Article

Wireless News

> According to RootMetrics, Verizon bested T-Mobile for the best network performance at the busiest U.S. airports. Article

And finally… Starbucks is teaming with Lyft. Article

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