News of Note—Cox, Altice, AMC and Fox Sports

News of note

> Cox Communications livestreamed last night’s "Vegas Strong: A Night of Healing" benefit concert on its YurView platform free to subscribers and nonsubscribers alike. Release

> AMC Networks is launching its own virtual reality app that will host immersive experiences for series including “The Walking Dead” and “Into the Badlands” as well as other content. FierceBroadcasting story

> Consolidating its headquarters in Long Island, New York, Altice USA has made over 848,000 square feet of subleased office space available in the region, a 48% uptick. Real Estate Weekly story

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> Fox Sports is deploying a wide array of video and audio technology for its coverage of the 2017 World Series, including burying a bunch of microphones in the field. FierceBroadcasting story

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