News of Note—Amazon Fire TV, Comscore, Hulu and Nexstar

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Amazon’s Fire TV streaming player has surpassed 30 million active users, pushing ahead of Roku and making it one of the most popular players. The Verge article

> Comscore signed a multiyear agreement with Nexstar Media Group. Effective Jan. 1, 2019, Comscore will serve as a currency and measurement provider to all Nexstar markets, including the markets Nexstar acquired from Media General. Release

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> Hulu is preparing to update its streaming app in order to make its simpler to navigate to and discover content you want to watch. TechCrunch article

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