News of Note—AT&T, T-Mobile, NBC and Sinclair

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Here are the stories we're following this morning.

> AT&T won the right to use its “no blackout” pledge as a defense in its upcoming Time Warner merger antitrust trial. Bloomberg article

> T-Mobile and NBC-owned station NBC 5 / KXAS-TV agreed to accelerate the repacking of the station’s 600 MHz spectrum in North Texas and surrounding areas. Release

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> TV Technology talked with Sinclair VP Mark Aitken about the ATSC 3.0 SFN test sites in Dallas. Interview

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