News of Note—Cox, Disney, Netflix and more

news of note

> Cox Communications says it now has more than one million customers for Contour, reaching the milestone less than two years after launching the advanced video system based on X1 platform technology licensed from Comcast. FierceCable story

> With clarity finally emerging after one of the bigger program licensing dust-ups in recent pay-TV history, Disney appears to have come out on top in its negotiating struggle with Altice USA. FierceCable story

> “Narcos” is the most-streamed original series on Netflix, while “Man in the High Castle” has the same distinction on Amazon, EMarketer says. Hollywood Reporter story

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> ComScore is teaming up with PlaceIQ to launch a new product that promises to measure the impact of advertising in terms of actually getting consumers to visit physical locations. FierceBroadcasting story

> Evolution Digital has introduced a new white-label solution for Tier 2 and 3 cable operators to offer virtual skinny bundles to subscribers. FierceCable story

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