News of Note—Apple, Meredith, Parks Associates, Spectrum and Z3 Technology

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Apple spoke at Streaming Media West about HTTP/2 and CMAF. Article

> Meredith declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.545 per share, or $2.18 on an annual basis. Release

> Parks Associates reports that live broadcast TV represented 60% of video consumption on televisions in early 2012 but only 44% at the end of 2017. Release

> Spectrum is now offering a seven-day free trial for its a la carte TV service. Cord Cutter News article

> Z3 Technology announced the release of the DME-20, a new H.265 video encoder capable of encoding resolutions up to 2160p30 HDMI or up to 3G-SDI. Release

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