News of Note—AT&T, MoviePass and April Fool's Day

News of note
MoviePass has dropped its monthly price to $6.95. (Pixabay)

Here are the stories we're following today:

> Suzanne Fenwick, vice president of content acquisitions for Cox and the first witness in the AT&T DOJ antitrust trial, was challenged for her claims that the merger would give AT&T too much leverage in carriage negotiations. Variety article

> MoviePass has dropped its monthly price to $6.95. The Wrap article

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> With April Fool's Day approaching, Broadcast Law Blog is reminding would-be on-air pranksters to mind the FCC's hoax rules. Article

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