News of Note—NewTV, NAB, Frontier Communications and Ride TV

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> Former HP CEO Meg Whitman will be CEO of DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg’s mobile media firm NewTV. Reuters article

> The NAB has sold its Washington, D.C., headquarters for $31.6 million. Washington Business Journal article

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> Frontier Communications Corporation has entered into an affiliation agreement with RIDE TV. Release

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