News of Note—WOW, E.W. Scripps, Verizon and more

News of note

Here is some of the other news we've been tracking today:

> WideOpenWest has announced new DOCSIS 3.1 deployments in Panama City and Pinellas, Florida; Chicago and Naperville, Illinois; Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio; Charleston, South Carolina; Augusta and West Point, Georgia.; Valley, Alabama; and Detroit. Multichannel News article

> Nuvyyo is launching several new advanced recording features for its Tablo-branded OTA DVRs. Multichannel News article


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> E.W. Scripps will begin cutting jobs over the next 12 to 18 months as part of a restructuring process the company hopes will amount to more than $30 million in annual savings. FierceVideo article

> Verizon has wrapped its latest 400G field trial delivering Ethernet traffic on one wavelength between MPLS core routers over its packet optical network, illustrating the possibility of how these new technologies can be used across its network. FierceTelecom article

> Staying true to its mission, Microsoft continues to beat the drum for TV white spaces, the latest being its move to register a new trademark for a service related to the Airband technology that it unveiled last year. FierceWireless article

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