News of Note—Discovery, Meredith, CNBC and Amazon

news of note

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Discovery Communications is selling its Maryland headquarters and moving to New York City. Washington Post article

>  Meredith said that Lyle Banks has been named vice president and general manager of WGCL and WPCH, its television station duopoly in Atlanta, effective immediately. Release

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> CNBC is expanding its primetime programming slate. Variety article

> After announcing at last year's CES, Amazon's Fire TV OS failed to turn up at this year's show. The Verge article

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