News of Note—BitTorrent, Cheddar and Tribune Media

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Sandvine has published a report showing that BitTorrent file sharing has climbed back to 32% of all upstream data traffic after several years of decline. Engadget article

> Cheddar enables TV Everywhere access for Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV subscribers. Release

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> Tribune Media has reached comprehensive agreements on retransmission and carriage consent with Verizon Fios TV, Atlantic Broadband and Google Fiber. Release

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