News of Note—Cheddar, CBS and HBO

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>  Business news network Cheddar is launching a general news channel next year. Digiday article

> A Supreme Court judge in Australia has ruled in favor of CBS Corp.’s proposed takeover of the country’s Ten Network. Variety article

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> HBO has cut all ties with comedian Louis C.K. after several sexual misconduct allegations were made against him. The Hollywood Reporter article

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