News of Note—Comcast, FuboTV, Frontier, TiVo and more

News of note

> Comcast Business Services announced the expansion of its DOCSIS 3.1-based internet service to business customers in the Western United States, including California, Colorado, Houston, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Oregon, Utah and Washington. Press release

> FuboTV has added on-demand content from FOX to its national footprint plus 12 local FOX affiliates. Carriage list

> Frontier is turning a broadband subscriber corner as it saw broadband additions in its California Texas and Florida markets return to pre-acquisition levels. However, legacy markets continued to be challenged by a lack of meaningful broadband subscriber additions. FierceTelecom story

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> Discovery Communications has a new multiyear deal with TiVo for the company’s Audience Works for Marketing, which Discovery intends to use for audience-driven on-air promotions and cross-channel media plans. FierceBroadcasting story

> Following the FCC’s move to reclassify traditional telco’s under Title II of the Communications Act, investment in broadband infrastructure declined to $76 billion from about $77.9 billion in 2015, a new USTelecom study claims. FierceTelecom story

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