News of Note—Dish, Facebook, Turner, TiVo and more

News of note
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> Dish Network said it has wrapped up the integration of Netflix with the Hopper Duo, a slimmed-down, two-tuner HD-DVR that was introduced in January. Multichannel News article

> Turner today unveiled its new streaming service, Bleacher Report Live, which is launching in April and will let users access live sports through a subscription or by buying access on a per-game basis. FierceVideo article

> TiVo has made a deal that will make its linear TV viewership data available through Tru Optik’s OTT Marketing Cloud, giving advertisers advanced targeting and measurement capabilities via connected TVs. Multichannel News article

> ATSC 3.0 organization Pearl TV today announced that Dielectric, Enensys, GatesAir, Harmonic and Triveni Digital have all signed on to provide equipment for the Phoenix model market. FierceVideo article

> Facebook’s ambitions as a video destination are still in their early days and its platform Facebook Watch has struggled to attract viewers. Odds are the social network’s current data scandal won’t help things. FierceVideo article

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