News of Note—fuboTV, Univision, Frontier and more

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> Former Comcast, Viacom and Spotify executive Mike Berkley has been named chief product officer for Movie Pass. Multichannel News story

> Sports-focused streaming service fuboTV is expanding it channel lineup to include an “Adventure Plus” package that will be priced at $4.99 per month. FierceVideo story

> Only months after Univision extended his contract, CEO Randy Falco is plotting his retirement by the end of 2018, which comes as the broadcaster is making several other significant changes. FierceVideo story

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> The nation’s three largest cell tower companies presented a unanimous message in separate appearances at an investor conference this week: Things are looking good in 2018. FierceWireless story

> Frontier’s rating from Fitch has been downgraded to B, reflecting the rating company’s forecast that is lower than its previous expectations as well as a challenging environment for wireline providers. FierceTelecom story

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