News of Note—Charter, Disney, NAB Show and Viacom

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Charter Communications announced on Monday that its subsidiaries, Charter Communications Operating and Charter Communications Operating Capital Corp., intend to offer senior secured fixed rate notes. Release

> Walt Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger saw his pay rise to $65.7 million, an 80% increase over a year ago. Deadline article

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> NAB Show will debut a new Product of the Year awards program for 2019 NAB Show exhibitors. Release

> Viacom is in talks to sell a majority stake in some of its China operations. The Wall Street Journal report

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