News of Note—Sling TV, CenturyLink, AT&T, Nexstar and more

News of note

> Texas cable operator En-Touch Systems has filed suit against AT&T over the pricing of regional sports networks. Lawsuit (PDF)

> CenturyLink says a special committee of independent board members concluded there was no evidence that the service provider charged customers for services they did not order—a practice known as "cramming"—as alleged by a former employee. FierceTelecom article

> Nexstar Media is buying LKQD Technologies, an independent video advertising infrastructure company, for about $90 million cash. The companies expect the deal to close in late 2017 or early 2018. FierceBroadcasting article

> Fuse Media announced the renewal of its program licensing deal with Dish Network. Release

> Sling TV will make SVOD platforms Curiosity Stream, UP Faith & Family and PANTAYA available in its streaming bundle in the form of $5 a la carte add-ons. Release

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