News of Note—Liberty Global, PBS and WWE

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> Liberty Global has completed the previously announced sale of UPC Austria to T-Mobile Austria for an enterprise value of €1.9 billion ($2.2 billion). Release

> Perry Simon, a television executive who has held top posts at BBC America, Vulcan Productions, Viacom Productions and NBC Entertainment, will join PBS as the organization’s next chief programming executive and general manager. Release

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> WWE and Foxtel will extend their partnership into its 19th year with a new agreement to broadcast WWE programming live in Australia, including shows “Raw” and “SmackDown,” as well as WWE’s live pay-per-view events. Release

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