News of Note—AT&T, Time Warner, Viacom and Netflix

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> Nearly a dozen former Justice Department officials want a federal judge to allow an inquiry into potential White House interference in the government’s decision to try to block AT&T’s proposed merger with Time Warner. Variety article

> Viacom announced a quarterly cash dividend of $0.20 per share on both its Class A and Class B common stock. Release

> Netflix is in talks to have former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama produce shows. Deadline report

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