News of Note—Anthony Bourdain, Warner Bros. and Brown Sugar

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Bounce TV SVOD Brown Sugar will premiere its first-ever original short film this month. (Pixabay)

Here are the stories we're following today:

> Anthony Bourdain, host of CNN's "Parts Unknown," has died of an apparent suicide. He was 61. CNN article

> Warner Bros. Television signed producer Greg Berlanti to a new deal worth $400 million in all-cash guarantees. Hollywood Reporter report

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> FuboTV added 6 new local stations. Cord Cutter News article

> Bounce TV SVOD Brown Sugar will premiere its first-ever original short film this month. Release

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