News of Note—Trump, AT&T, TiVo, Verizon

News of note

> TiVo has selected Enrique Rodriguez as president and CEO. Release

> President Donald Trump said he has not intervened in the Justice Department’s review of AT&T’s proposed $85 billion deal for Time Warner, but warned that the review could end up in court. FierceBroadcasting article

> ESPN starting today will kick off a twice-daily version of its SportsCenter franchise on Snapchat. FierceOnlineVideo article

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> Following 2012's Hurricane Sandy, Verizon has put together a new set of flood barrier and network transformation methods that are designed to achieve two goals: keep its wireline network operational and hasten its ongoing copper-to-fiber migration. FierceTelecom article

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