News of Note—AWS, Caesars, Charter and Turner Sports

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Here are more of the stories we’re following today:

> AWS MediaLive now supports resource tagging. Release

> Spectrum has been contacting subscribers of their Spectrum TV Choice streaming service to inform them that their broadcast TV fee is going up from $3 a month to $5 a month. Cord Cutter News article

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> Turner Sports has reached an agreement with Caesars Entertainment to develop gaming-themed content for sports fans around the world. Release

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