News of Note—Frankly, Parks Associates and TBS

news of note
(Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Frankly intends to settle an outstanding cash debt of $597,523.50 owed to certain employees and former employees through the issuance of 288,651 common shares. Release

> New research from Parks Associates shows that 27% of U.S. pay TV households agree that sports programming is the primary reason they subscribe to their pay TV service. Release

Sponsored by Dell Technologies

Whitepaper: How to Elevate Your Content Delivery Workflows With Dell EMC PowerScale

Learn how Dell EMC PowerScale helps meet surging viewer demand while reducing costs with a single centralized platform for the ingest, processing, and delivery of the content your viewers love.

> Starting next year, Conan O'Brien's show on TBS will be cut down to 30-minute episodes. Variety article

Suggested Articles

Comcast and TiVo have ended their years-long legal battle and entered into a new 15-year patent license agreement.

Any inkling of a DirecTV-Dish Network merger is a non-starter until 5G networks reach more rural markets and expand consumer choice.

Private equity firm TPG is reportedly looking to sell off Astound – its U.S. cable operator group that includes Wave Broadband, RCN and Grande.