News of Note—ARRIS, Charter, Dish and Verizon

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Verizon's Tim Armstrong, CEO of Oath, is reportedly in talks to leave the company. The Wall Street Journal report

> Arris said that the Arris DSR-7412 transcoder and DSR-4470 receiver decoder have been selected by HBO Latin America for its content distribution network. Release

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> Charter announced that Kelly Atkinson has joined the company as head of marketing, consumer & SMB. Release

> Dish launched Dish OnePoint, an interactive app that gives business owners the ability to control multiple televisions from one interface using iPad and Android tablets. Release

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