News of Note—AWS, Charter, Fox, Netflix, Snap and the Los Angeles Clippers

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Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Amazon Web Services is now the primary cloud computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence provider of Clippers CourtVision, the live, augmented game-watching platform created by the Los Angeles Clippers and Second Spectrum. Release

> Charter Communications is laying off more than 100 workers at its Greater Cincinnati call center dedicated to its Spectrum cable service. Cincinnati Business Courier article

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> Fox Television Stations announced that Mike Nelson will serve as executive vice president and chief financial officer. Release

> Netflix now has more than 5 million subscribers in France, according to CEO Reed Hastings. Seeking Alpha article

> Snap is offering to pay companies $40,000 to $50,000 per episode for original series to premiere on Snapchat. Digiday report

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