News of Note—Amazon, AMC, Dish, Fox, AT&T, more

News of note

> Dish Network subscribers are currently blacked out from CBS Corp. programming, unable to view CBS-owned and operated local stations, as well as CBS Sports and Showtime cable networks. As is typical of these disputes, both sides are blaming each other for pushing the "off" switch. FierceCable story

> 21st Century Fox has reached a $90 million settlement in a shareholder claim that was filed in connection with sexual harassment allegations at Fox News. FierceBroadcasting story

> AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson yesterday confirmed that the U.S. Justice Department has filed suit to block his company’s $85 billion merger with Time Warner, and he expressed misgivings about the agency’s motives. FierceBroadcasting story

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> AMC Studios has signed a new distribution agreement with Amazon Prime Video that will allow the service to show AMC series to subscribers across 28 countries and territories. FierceBroadcasting story

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