News of Note—E.W. Scripps, Hulu, IMAX and Synamedia

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> E.W. Scripps is acquiring 15 television stations in 10 markets from Cordillera Communications. Release

> Hulu will make its subscription streaming service more accessible to blind and visually impaired customers. AP article

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> Imax closed its New York-based VR Center in recent days, bringing the total number of such closures up to three. Variety article

> Synamedia is open for business following the completion of Permira funds' acquisition of Cisco's Service Provider Video Software Solutions group. Release

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