News of Note—CBS, Fox News, Gray, HTC and Snap

News of note
Fox News, NBC and Facebook have all pulled President Donald Trump's racist campaign ad. (Pixabay)

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> CBS has approved a quarterly dividend on the Company's stock of $.18 per share. Release

> Fox News, NBC and Facebook have all pulled President Donald Trump's racist campaign ad. Bloomberg article

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> Gray Television on Tuesday announced record results of operations for the three-months ended Sept. 30, 2018. Release

> HTC says it is all in on AR, VR and XR ecosystems. VentureBeat article

> Snap has agreed to a deal with independent factual production company Barcroft Media to bring eight of its digital series to its mobile sharing app Snapchat. Advanced Television article

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