News of Note—Altice, AT&T, CenturyLink, Sprint, T-Mobile, more

News of note

> Altice USA said it will now offer Nest products in its home automation and security portfolio. Press release

> AT&T and CenturyLink have not reported that any of their broadband customers have been affected by the KRACK (or Key Reinstallation Attack) Wi-Fi vulnerability that was recently discovered by researcher Mathy Vanhoef. FierceTelecom story

> Nikkei Asian review was among the first to report that Sprint parent SoftBank plans to end talks with T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telekom, “dashing the Japanese technology giant’s hopes of reshaping the American wireless business.” FierceWireless story

> The refrains of “fake news” might not be having as much impact on print and broadcast news sources as they are on social media platforms and online only publications. FierceBroadcasting story

> After CBS won a bidding war for Australian broadcaster Ten, 21st Century Fox is canceling its content deal with the network, a move that will cost Ten some of its most popular shows. FierceBroadcasting story

> Paramount Network is gearing up for its official launch in January 2018 and announced it’s teaming with Time Inc. for multiple new non-scripted series. FierceBroadcasting story

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