News of Note—Fox News names new CEO; YouTube fades Red to black

News of note

> Longtime Fox News veteran Suzanne Scott has been named the new CEO of both Fox News and Fox Business Network. FierceVideo article

> Nearly three years after launching YouTube Red, the company is ditching the name in favor of YouTube Premium, a newly expanded subscription service. FierceVideo article

> Comcast this week launched a campaign that links Internet Essentials, its high-speed internet adoption initiative for low-income households, with members of the Conference of Western Attorneys General and focuses on online safety for seniors, parents and children. Multichannel News article

> A new report from Which? found that broadband services in the U.K. are on average 51% slower than advertised, highlighting the major discrepancies affecting users across the country. TechRadar article

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