News of Note—CBS, Samsung, Coherent Logix and BitMovin

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> CBS Corp. chief Leslie Moonves earned $69.3 million in 2017, a slight decline from his 2016 haul of $69.6 million. Variety article

> At the National Association of Broadcasters Conference (NAB) today, Samsung is showcasing an enhanced Samsung 360 Round camera solution, including updates to its livestreaming and post-production software at NAB Booth N3406VR. Release

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> BitRouter and Coherent Logix have collaborated to create one of the first ATSC 3.0 receiver systems to support the entire protocol stack as defined by the new digital television compliancy standards. Release

> Bitmovin has raised $30 million in series B funding, led by Highland Europe. Release

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