News of Note—CBS, Harmonic and Samsung

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Richard Parsons has resigned from the CBS Corporation board of directors, including his position as interim chairman of the board. Release

> Harmonic on Monday announced that its CableOS virtualized cable access software is available as a cloud-native containerized and Kubernetes-orchestrated solution. Release

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> Samsung’s HMD Odyssey+ Windows Mixed Reality headset became official on Monday with a somewhat unexpected feature: a “user-perceived resolution” of 1,233 pixels per inch, double the apparent detail of the original Odyssey. VentureBeat article

> Turner has named Greg T. Gordon as the vice president and creative director of Turner Ignite Studios, the latest operation at Turner devoted to developing “branded content." Variety article

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