News of Note—Atlantic Broadband, Altice, Frontier and the CWA

News of note

Here are some of the other stories we're following today:

> Atlantic Broadband today announced that it has launched the new TiVo Experience 4 combined with IP-based Video On Demand. Release

> Altice Europe N.V. said Altice Dominicana has a deal with Phoenix Tower International to sell its tower company Teletorres del Caribe. Release

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> Frontier Communications and the Communications Workers of America District 9 signed a new labor agreement amending and extending existing contracts with CWA in California through September 2020. Release

> Dish Network is offering a $5 credit to customers as its Univision blackout fight drags on. Release

> 21st Century Fox Inc. shareholders approved the sale of the company’s entertainment assets to Walt Disney Co. Friday. Bloomberg article

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