News of Note—Altice USA, Dish, GolfTV and Parks Associates

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New Parks Associates data shows consumers are more willing to recommend virtual MVPDs than traditional pay TV. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we’re following today:

> Altice USA has today announced the completion of the combination of its Suddenlink (Cequel) and Optimum (Cablevision) businesses under a single credit silo. Release

> DISH announced today that it has appointed Suma Nallapati senior vice president and chief digital officer. Release

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> GOLFTV announced an exclusive multiyear global content partnership with 80-time PGA TOUR winner and 14-time Major champion Tiger Woods. Release

> New Parks Associates data shows consumers are more willing to recommend virtual MVPDs than traditional pay TV. Release

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