News of Note—TiVo, Meredith, CenturyLink, more

News of note

> TiVo said it has extended its products agreement with Liberty Global. Multichannel News story

> As expected, the impact of no Olympics coverage in 2017 is hitting hard, dropping ad spending on broadcast television by 24% in the third quarter, according to Standard Media Index. FierceBroadcasting story

> Meredith’s local media group—the division housing the company’s 17 television stations—reported quarterly revenues were $154 million, which the company claimed was a record for a nonpolitical quarter. FierceBroadcasting story

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> When CenturyLink, Frontier and Windstream announce their third-quarter earnings in the next few weeks, analysts expect that these providers will focus comments around efforts to reduce costs and grow broadband share. FierceTelecom story

> While Verizon and AT&T have set their sights on a significant portion of the 28 GHz and 39 GHz spectrum, a new white paper identifies an area where small ISPs may benefit by using unlicensed spectrum in the 60 GHz band. FierceWireless story

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