News of Note—Carnival, Comcast, National Geographic and Netflix

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

> Carnival Corporation is launching a mobile app for its original travel video content. Release

> Comcast named Elaine Barden vice president of business development and strategic initiatives for the California region. Release

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> Epic and National Geographic Kids announced an agreement to bring an additional 125 National Geographic books and 24 videos to Epic’s digital library. Release

> Ownzones announced that Ownzones Connect has been selected by Netflix to be part of Netflix’s new Post Technology Alliance. Release

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