News of Note—Charter, Comcast, Sky and Tastemade

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Charter announced that its subsidiary, Charter Communications Operating entered into an amendment to its Credit Agreement raising a $1.7 billion Term A-3 Loan and increasing its revolving credit facility to $4.75 billion from $4.0 billion. Release

> Now TV, the U.K. video streaming service owned by Sky that lets users purchase premium channels, has added offline downloading to its iOS and Android apps. Engadget article

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> Tastemade announced that its 24/7 ad-supported network, Tastemade TV, is now available over the internet on Comcast's Xfinity X1. Release

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