News of Note—Dish, Frontier, Verizon, Warner Bros. and more

News of note

> Dish Network’s spectrum is “a very loaded gun” as the company prepares to launch a network to meet demand for the IoT, according to Mosaik Solutions. FierceWireless article

> Verizon is using its Intelligent Edge Network to power a 5G-enabled innovation lab in New York’s Silicon Alley where startups and academics can go to develop new use cases. FierceWireless article

> Frontier users have found an unwelcome present in their latest bill as the company has added a $2-a-month Internet Infrastructure Surcharge. FierceTelecom article

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> Warner Bros. Korean entertainment SVOD DramaFever is the latest service to sign on as a channel partner with VRV, a streaming video hub that aggregates individual services. FierceVideo article

> Television broadcast group Tegna has appointed Melinda Witmer, a former executive at Time Warner Cable, to its board of directors, effective immediately. FierceVideo article

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