News of Note—Lionsgate, Sinclair and AARP

news of note

Here are the stories we're following this morning.

> Lionsgate has named Jared Goetz to the newly created position of president of North American television distribution. Release

> Sinclair’s two stations in Portland, Maine, are coming under fire for their "must run" segments. TVSpy article

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> AARP launched TV for Grownups to help viewers over 50 make savvy choices when choosing TV-related devices and apps, service providers and subscription-based platforms. Release

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