News of Note—AT&T SportsNet, beIN Sports, Cable One, Dish and Mattel

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> AT&T SportsNet and fuboTV announced today an agreement for fuboTV to carry AT&T SportsNet. Release

> BeIN SPORTS announced today that it is moving forward with additional legal action against Comcast through the media bureau of the Federal Communications Commission due to Comcast’s unwillingness to negotiate concerning the restoration of beIN to the Comcast platform. Release

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> Cable One today declared a quarterly cash dividend of $2 per share. Release

> DISH expanded its On Demand offerings by more than 7,000 titles after adding 11 à la carte on-demand packages. Release

> Mattel today announced that it has appointed Adam Bonnett, a 21-year Disney Channel veteran, as executive producer, Mattel Television. Release

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