News of Note—Cox, CBS All Access, Charter, AT&T and more

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> Stingray today announced that its Stingray Karaoke service is now available to all Cox Contour video customers across 18 states. Release

> CBS All Access, the network’s subscription streaming service, has finally made good on its promise to launch in Canada. FierceVideo article

> Now that it sees a potential compromise with wireless carriers on license sizes, Charter Communications is pushing for licensing rules in the 3.5-GHz (CBRS) band that would combine county and MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area)-sized licenses. Multichannel News article

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> Nokia is collaborating with NTT DoCoMo to demonstrate 5G New Radio (5G NR) enhancements at 90 GHz during the Brooklyn 5G Summit this week. FierceWireless article

> AT&T has strongly endorsed the FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s recent proposal to establish a set of funds, totaling $954 million, to rebuild wireless communications infrastructure in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The company said it is overtaxing its own power systems to keep its networks up and running, and characterized the situation as “serious.” FierceTelecom article

> ABC’s new livestreaming news channel, ABC News Live, is making its exclusive debut on Roku’s ad-supported channel. FierceVideo article

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