News of Note—Akamai, Sprint, FlixLatino and Sinclair

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Akamai announced enhancements that are designed to improve website, app and network security without compromising the performance of digital applications. (Pixabay)

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> Akamai announced enhancements that are designed to improve website, app and network security without compromising the performance of digital applications. Release

> Sprint customers can receive an exclusive 45-day trial of the FlixLatino app to stream more than 250 recently produced Spanish-language movies, TV series and documentaries. Release

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> In a Morning Consult/Politico poll conducted last week following a national media firestorm about allegations of conservative bias at local television stations owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc., 28% of voters said they consider local news conservative, compared with 25% who said the same in an August survey. Morning Consult article

> Adweek takes a look at local broadcasters who are increasingly turning toward livestreaming. Adweek article

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