News of Note—YouTube, Comcast, AT&T and NFL

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> Continuing to carve out deals with local broadcast network affiliates, YouTube TV has expanded into 12 more markets. The new markets include Cleveland, Denver, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, San Diego, St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri. Also included: Greensboro, North Carolina; Harrisburg, Virginia; and Hartford, Connecticut. FierceCable article

> Comcast has begun to quietly test the integration of YouTube on its X1 video platform in markets including Denver. FierceCable article

> AT&T and Time Warner continue to rack up international approvals for their proposed $85 billion merger and can now check Chile’s OK off the list. FierceBroadcasting article

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