News of Note—Comcast, DramaFever and Roku

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Comcast might be able to turn its X1 remote DVR recording feature back on after a recent patent ruling. Multichannel News article

> Roku announced that the company will resume sales of Roku devices in Mexico in the coming weeks. This follows a favorable ruling from the 11th Collegiate Court in Mexico City. Release

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> WarnerMedia has shut down streaming video service DramaFever. The Wrap article

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