News of Note—Apple, Sesame Workshop, Nielsen Catalina and Nexstar

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Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Apple has signed a deal with Sesame Workshop for live-action and animated kids shows. Wall Street Journal report

> Nielsen Catalina announced a new cross-screen solution that measures the in-store sales driven by any advertising delivered across today’s multidimensional TV and video landscape. Release

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> Nexstar told the FCC that even a 50% national audience cap is "arbitrary and capricious." Broadcasting & Cable article

> Fresh off the closure of its Time Warner Inc. merger, AT&T has unveiled a new virtual pay TV service designed to be packaged with its unlimited wireless plans. FierceCable article

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