News of Note—AT&T, Discovery, Dish

News of note

> Border patrol agents in Tucson, Arizona, have impounded a fake Dish Network service truck and arrested its driver for trying to cross into the U.S. from Mexico with $200,000 worth of marijuana. Atlanta Journal Constitution story

> In a busy day for Discovery, the company also announced its second-quarter results, marked by an 8% decline in net income. FierceBroadcasting story 

> AT&T and Time Warner have officially released the executive structure that will be put in place following the close of its $85 billion Time Warner acquisition. John Stankey will lead AT&T's Time Warner merger integration and work with Time Warner Inc. Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes before Stankey takes over as CEO of AT&T's media company. FierceBroadcasting story 

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