News of Note—E.W. Scripps, Pixvana, Roku and Verizon Digital Media Services

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Roku announced Roku OS 8.2 on Monday. (Pexels)

Here are the stories we’re following today:

> E.W. Scripps expects total political advertising revenue in 2018 to grow more than 50% over 2014, the last midterm election year. Release

> Pixvana announced the full release of SPIN Studio, an end-to-end VR platform for editing, creating and distributing VR video content. Release

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> Roku announced Roku OS 8.2 on Monday. Release

> Verizon Digital Media Services announced on Monday that it has added a round-the-clock managed cloud security offering as part of its global Cloud Security Solution. Release

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