News of Note—BitRouter, Coherent Logix, Discovery, HDMI 2.1, Sky and Synamedia

News of note
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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> BitRouter and Coherent Logix have enhanced the capabilities of their ATSC 3.0 receiver system that debuted last year at CES. Release

> Comcast-owned Sky is taking an ownership stake in media services company Synamedia. Release

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> Discovery, Inc. is purchasing a 71% controlling stake in Play Sports Group—the digital sports media company behind cycling brands Global Cycling Network, Global Mountain Bike Network and Global Triathlon Network. Release

> The HDMI 2.1 Specification was released in November 2017 and manufacturers of several products including semiconductors, TVs, AVRs, soundbars and game consoles have made announcements on upcoming releases supporting the specification. Release

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