News of Note—Charter, AT&T, TiVo, Roku, more

news of note

> AT&T ranks highest among U.S. pay-TV operators for customer satisfaction, according to J.D. Power’s latest wireline report. Report

> Charter Communications is informing customers it will no longer carry Stan Kroenke’s Sportsman Channel. Multichannel News article

> TiVo said it has extended its intellectual and patent licensing agreement with AT&T through 2025. Multichannel News article

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> Social media ratings firm Share Rocket said the market opportunity for broadcasters making sponsored premium social content could exceed $1.4 billion in 2018. FierceBroadcasting article

> Roku has officially announced it will price itself at $14 per share as part of its upcoming initial public offering, which is expected to begin trading Sept. 28 under the Nasdaq symbol ROKU. FierceOnlineVideo article

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