News of Note—CBS-v.-National Amusements drama shifts to shareholders meeting, more

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Here is some of the other news we've been tracking today:

> Cheddar Big News, a new digital network from Cheddar focused on the day’s headlines and top stories, launches today on Sling TV, the Dish-owned OTT TV service. Multichannel News story

> As CBS’ court battle with Shari Redstone’s National Amusements continues to play out, the company has shifted its annual shareholders' meeting to later in the summer. FierceVideo story

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> The U.S. Commerce Department has struck a deal with China's ZTE, paving the way for the telecom giant to again do business with U.S. companies. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said today that ZTE has agreed to pay the largest penalty ever levied by the department's Bureau of Industry and Security, and that the company will "adopt unprecedented compliance measures.” FierceWireless story 

> While service providers have kicked the tires on cloud native architectures for a while now, David Bolan, senior analyst at Dell’Oro Group, said 5G was the compelling use case for making cloud native happen. FierceTelecom story

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