News of Note—Synacor, Facebook, Frontier, Fox

news of note

> Software and services vendor Synacor saw its stock price fall more than 27% after it told investors that revenue from a recent AT&T deal won’t be realized until 2018. Multichannel News article

> Facebook has officially announced Watch, its new video hub for the user community as well as content companies like A&E and MLB. FierceOnlineVideo article

> 21st Century Fox is tempering its expectations for its acquisition of European pay-TV operator Sky and shifting the anticipated closing date to early 2018. FierceBroadcasting article

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> Frontier is making a big bet on cloud-based VoIP services, targeting its AnyWare service to the largely ignored small to medium business (SMB) space with a suite of what it calls solutions that fit specific market segment needs. FierceTelecom article

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