News of Note—AT&T, Cisco, 605, NBCU and more

News of note

> AT&T and the U.S. Justice Department were unable to come to terms on antitrust issues with AT&T’s proposed $85 billion merger with Time Warner, which is heading for court after the DOJ sued to block the deal. FierceVideo article

> Cisco confirmed that longtime video service provider executive Conrad Clemson is leaving the company. Multichannel News article

> NBCUniversal has signed a new deal with the NFL which will allow it to stream Sunday Night Football games to mobile devices through its NBC TV Everywhere app beginning with the 2018 season. FierceVideo article

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> Daniel Berg has been named CTO of Kristin Dolan’s advanced advertising firm 605. Release

> AT&T is sharing a little more information about its 5G trials: Today, it announced that its trial in Waco, Texas, will involve Magnolia, marking AT&T’s largest 5G trial with a home and lifestyle brand. FierceWireless article

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