News of Note—Cartoon Network, YouTube TV, Magic Leap and AT&T

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> Cartoon Network unveiled its largest slate of content ever on Thursday, including five new shows, 30 new apps and an increased investment in podcasts, AR and VR. Hollywood Reporter article

> YouTube TV has added MLB Network's streaming service. Engadget article

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> VR startup Magic Leap raised another $461 million from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s sovereign investment arm, The Public Investment Fund. TechCrunch article

> AT&T will begin running promos during The CW's "Riverdale" instructing viewers to check out more ads on Instagram. Variety article

> Laff, E.W. Scripps' over-the-air comedy network, has added "Home Improvement" reruns to its lineup. Release

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