TWC extends Maxx service to Hudson Valley; Comcast brings Wi-Fi to 700 Wawa stores

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> Progressive group Free Press said FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler "tainted his legacy" by circulating an approval order for Charter Communications' purchase of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Broadcasting & Cable story

> Turner has hired on social media marketing firm Canvs. Multichannel News story

> TWC has rolled out its 300 Mbps Maxx service to the Hudson Valley. Press release

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> CenturyLink may not be interested in selling dark fiber indefeasible rights of use (IRUs) leases to other carriers, but it does sell the service to government customers as part of a managed service offering. Article

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> T-Mobile's first-quarter earnings topped elevated expectations, beating Wall Street estimates almost across the board. The carrier also bumped up its guidance for the rest of the year. And it shored up its financing in advance of the crucial incentive auction of 600 MHz spectrum. Article

And finally… Comcast is supplying Wi-Fi to 700 Wawa stores across six states. Press release

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