News of Note—Huawei gets support from U.S. operator, more

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> Thanks largely to Gray Television’s $3.8 billion deal for Raycom Media, broadcast television M&A enjoyed its busiest quarter since 2007, according to S&P Global’s Kagan. FierceVideo article

> The BBC and Channel 4 are reportedly cooking up a £500 million ($659 million) bid for Discovery’s half of UKTV, according to The Guardian. FierceVideo article

> A rural wireless network operator in Kansas said that the bulk of its current wireless network uses equipment from China’s Huawei. And the carrier, United TelCom, said that the FCC’s proposed action against Huawei could force the operator to shut off its wireless service. FierceWireless article

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