News of Note—John Malone, Sprint and FuboTV

News of note

> A hefty cash infusion for Sprint from Warren Buffett or Liberty Broadband’s John Malone wouldn’t necessarily preclude a tie-up between the nation’s No. 4 wireless carrier and T-Mobile, according to analysts. But a merger between the two smaller operators will still be a tough sell to federal regulators. FierceWireless article

> BendBroadband founder Don Tykeson, who built Liberty Communications before selling it to John Malone's TCI, died July 12 at the age of 90. Multichannel News article 

> Thirteen consumer groups have asked U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to block AT&T’s takeover of Time Warner Inc. Letter (PDF)

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> Streaming TV service FuboTV has added Fusion TV to its $35-per-month entry-level bundle. FierceBroadcasting article 

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