News of Note—CBS, The Daily Beast, Ooyala, Sinclair and Oculus Go

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The attorneys general of Illinois, Iowa and Rhode Island have petitioned the FCC to deny the Sinclair-Tribune merger. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> The Daily Beast and CBS Television Studios have signed a first-look deal covering development of the news website’s daily published content for scripted TV. Variety article

> Ooyala is powering content syndication for Turner Asia Pacific with the Ooyala Flex Media Platform. Release

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> The attorneys general of Illinois, Iowa and Rhode Island have petitioned the FCC to deny the Sinclair-Tribune merger, which would give Sinclair over 200 TV stations. Broadcasting & Cable article

> The Oculus Go is now available in Europe and Canada. Engadget article

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