News of Note—Amazon, Cheddar, Dish, Viacom and Warner Bros.

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> Amazon and Warner Bros. are allowing Prime members to buy early screening tickets for "Aquaman." Release

> Cheddar is launching on Samsung's TV Plus smart TV streaming service. Release

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> Dish announced Monday that it has appointed Atilla Tinic to the role of senior vice president and chief information officer. Release

> Viacom has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.20 per share on both its Class A and Class B common stock. Release

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