News of Note—Cox, CBS, CenturyLink, Mediacom and AT&T

news of note

> CBS says it saw a record number of new subscribers sign up for its All Access streaming service because of last weekend’s “Star Trek: Discovery” premiere. FierceBroadcasting article

> Cox Communications has promoted Philip Nutsugah senior VP of product development and management. Release

> Mediacom’s two-year-old breach-of-contract suit against Iowa City is set for an appeals-court hearing. Cedar Rapids Gazette article

> CenturyLink’s recent move to offer managed Wi-Fi service is part of a broader effort by the service provider to build a foundation to not only lure small and medium-sized businesses, but also create a foundation from which it can upsell other services. FierceTelecom article

> AT&T’s and Time Warner’s stocks rose about 1% on Monday amid a report from Globo that Brazilian antitrust officials will sign off on AT&T’s $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner. FierceBroadcasting article

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