News of Note—Comcast, DirecTV, Apple, Ovation

news of note

> Comcast announced Tuesday it will expand its fastest fiber Internet network for business customers in Gwinnett County. Atlanta Journal-Constitution story

> DirecTV and Raycom have extended their retrans deal another seven days to continue negotiations on a new contract. Broadcasting & Cable story

> Apple and Amazon have reportedly emerged as suitors for the rights to distribute the James Bond film franchise and could challenge frontrunner Warner Bros. FierceBroadcasting story

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> Ovation TV is launching its first TV Everywhere app, Ovation NOW, on Roku. FierceBroadcasting story

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