News of Note—NFL, NBC, Ericsson, Hearst and Viaccess-Orca

news of note

Here are the stories we're following this morning.

> The ratings for NFL's Sunday Night Football on NBC were up over last year. Deadline article

> Ericsson will launch its flagship live captioning platform, Subito, as a standalone service in the cloud. Website

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> Hearst Television will televise a live primetime one-hour special across its station group on September 13, at 10 p.m. ET. Release

> Viaccess-Orca and Hi-Global Technology are launching the Adaptive Box, a flexible and secure set-top box (STB) that promises to speed up time to market for pay-TV services. More

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