News of Note—Altice USA; Disney; Nielsen and Tribune Media

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Tribune Broadcasting and Altice USA have reached a comprehensive agreement on carriage and retransmission consent. Release

> The Walt Disney Company Board of Directors announced a semi-annual cash dividend of $0.88 per share. Release

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> Nielsen and Horizon Media announced the deepening of their relationship to include Digital Content Ratings data as part of the agency's proprietary media planning and activation tool, Cadence. Release

> Shutterstock announced Shutterstock Select, a premium tier of royalty-free video content. Release

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