News of Note—Sinclair, E.W. Scripps, castLabs and Viacom

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>  Sinclair said Kent Crawford has been named group manager and will now be responsible for oversight of the Seattle and Salt Lake City markets, as well as for Portland and Medford, Oregon. Release

> E.W. Scripps said its diginets Bounce, Grit, Escape and Laff posted their most-watched year ever in 2017. Release

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> CastLabs announced API integration between castLabs' DRMtoday cloud content licensing service and AWS Elemental MediaConvert and MediaPackage services. Release

> Viacom announced that Fukiko Ogisu has been promoted to executive vice president and chief people officer, effective January 8, 2018. Release

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