News of Note—NCTA, AT&T, Amazon Prime and more

News of note

> The NCTA has told federal regulators that more time is needed to educate the public about Sinclair’s bid for Tribune before the review can start up again. Cablefax story

> AT&T will remove its free international Wi-Fi offerings in April, and will shutter its Global Wi-Fi app. The Global Wi-Fi app offers AT&T’s international wireless customers free Wi-Fi access and unlimited Wi-Fi data at participating Wi-Fi hotspots around the globe. FierceWireless story

> The Weinstein Company has found a deal to sell its assets to an investor group led by former Obama administration official Maria Contreras-Sweet, who served as the head of the Small Business Administration. FierceVideo story

> Amazon Prime Video is bringing UFC Pay-Per-View events to customers in the U.S., starting on March 3 with “UFC 222: Cyborg vs. Kunitskaya.” FierceVideo story

> GTT says that while it sees value in owning its own fiber networks—a trend that certainly was illustrated by its acquisitions of Interoute and Hibernia—the service provider isn’t going to start snapping up every fiber network either. FierceTelecom story

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