News of Note—Cheddar, Facebook and TiVo

News of note
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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Cheddar announced its first-ever weeknight primetime programming, featuring Comedy Central’s comedy series "Nathan For You." Release

> Facebook poured more than $1 billion in Watch, but the platform is still not catching on with viewers. Bloomberg article

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> TiVo is leaning toward splitting out its intellectual property and licensing business and its products and services business. Light Reading report

> Streaming Observer analyzed the film libraries across different streaming services and found that Amazon has way more movies than its rivals. Article

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