News of Note—Fox, Disney, Dish Network, Netflix and YouTube

news of note

Here are some of the other stories we're following today:

> A 21st Century Fox shareholder is suing to stop the Disney acquisition. The Hollywood Reporter article

> Dish Network is suing to stop the sale of Shava TV streaming video boxes. Light Reading article

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> Netflix is adding “Smart Downloads," which automatically deletes an episode of a TV series you’ve finished watching and fetches the next one. Variety article

> YouTube is investing $25 million in grants to news organizations looking to expand their video operations. Wired article

> The Walt Disney Company said on Monday that it would move its New York operations from its longtime home on the Upper West Side to Hudson Square. The New York Times article

> Ericsson Media Solutions will now be known as MediaKind. Mobile World Live article

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