News of Note—Discovery, Lionsgate and Raycom Media

News of note

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Discovery and Eurosport have revealed their plans for broadcasting the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Advanced Television article

> Andrew Kramer, COO of international for Lionsgate, has left the company amid sexual harassment allegations. Hollywood Reporter article

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> Frankly announced amendments to its agreement with Raycom Media. Release

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