News of Note—March Madness, Starz, TiVo and the NAB Show

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TiVo and Starz Entertainment have signed a long-term intellectual property license. (Pixabay)

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> Sports Business Journal's John Ourand reported that last night's NCAA Championship registered the lowest ever overnight ratings for an NCAA Final. Tweet

> TiVo and Starz Entertainment have signed a long-term intellectual property license. Release

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> The NAB Show 2018 will feature an eSports conference. Release

> News Corp and Telstra today announced the completion of the transaction to combine Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia. Release

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