News of Note—Comcast, Fox, Penthera and Turner

News of note

> Penthera Partners, a New York-based company specializing in technology and rights-management tools for video downloads, has announced a $6 million funding round led by the VC arm of cable giant Liberty Global Ventures. FierceCable article

> Fox Television Stations is teaming up with T-Mobile to speed up the 600 MHz spectrum repack process for one station and to do so seemingly for a fraction of the original estimated cost. FierceBroadcasting article

> Turner said it is seeing a big uptick in viewership across its TV Everywhere digital platforms thanks to its exclusive rights for National League games during the MLB postseason. FierceBroadcasting article

> Cable MSO Comcast is facing a bit of market confusion for its new streaming skinny bundle. FierceCable article

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