News of Note—Charter, NBCUniversal and Comcast

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Here are some of the other stories we're following today:

> Charter will get some extra time from the New York Public Service Commission. Times Union article

> NBCUniversal is taking the wraps off its new viewing metric dubbed CFlight, which is built to measure live, on-demand and time-shifted viewing across multiple platforms. FierceVideo article

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> Denise Tait is Comcast’s new director of human resources for the Washington region. Everett Post article

> 21st Century Fox’s Star India bid $944 million for broadcast and digital rights for all international cricket played in India. Variety article

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