Nexstar to acquire 4 West Virginia stations for $130M; NBCU's Seeso to start free trial Dec. 3

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> Comcast might discontinue offering the Yes network due to a failure to reach an agreement with owner 21st Century Fox. Citizensvoice article

> Channel Master announced it finished the beta launch of its Channel Master TV live streaming platform. Release

> The new Valve Steam Link from the video game company -- a wireless streaming device for streaming games inside users' homes -- is powered by a chip from Marvell. Advanced Television article

> Local TV broadcaster Nexstar Broadcasting said it will acquire four West Virginia Network TV stations for $130 million. Release

> Olympusat Holdings said it will use technology from Harmonic to support its new Vemox OTT multiscreen turnkey services for B2B applications. Release

> NBCU's streaming comedy service Seeso will reportedly offer a one-month trail starting Dec. 3. Cablefax article

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Telecom News

> Verizon is being called to task about its copper network in Maryland by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union, which has filed a letter with the state's Public Service Commission to investigate the quality of the telco's copper network. Article

Wireless News

> T-Mobile US is bringing some of the benefits of its postpaid service to its prepaid MetroPCS brand, including unlimited music streaming without the activity counting toward customers' data buckets, and a service that will optimize subscribers' video content to let them watch more video without incurring higher data usage. Article

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