News of Note—AT&T, Republic Wireless, E.W. Scripps, comScore

news of note

> ComScore is teaming up with PlaceIQ to launch a new product that promises to measure the impact of advertising in terms of actually getting consumers to visit physical locations. FierceBroadcasting story

> E.W. Scripps has closed its $302 million deal for Katz’s four national diginets—Bounce, Grit, Escape and Laff—which together reach 80% of U.S. households. FierceBroadcasting story

> AT&T and Verizon have clearly set the pace for fiber network spending in the United States with wide-ranging plans to satisfy a broad set of consumer and business wireline and wireless needs. FierceTelecom story

> Republic Wireless will launch a pop-up store in its home state of North Carolina next week, making good on last month’s promise to establish its first physical retail presence for consumers. FierceWireless story

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