News of Note—Tegna, Gray Television, Microsoft and Netflix

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> Tegna today announced quarterly results that were highlighted by a 12% increase in revenues year over year. Release

> Gray Television reported first-quarter revenue of $226.3 million, increasing $22.8 million, or 11%, from the first quarter of 2017. TVNewsCheck article

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> Microsoft will attempt to buy Netflix in an effort to crack into the streaming business, veteran media analyst Porter Bibb predicted on Tuesday. CNBC article

> The Special Projects Desk of Gizmodo Media Group, which is owned by Univision, put together a particularly brutal account on the current state of Univision. Article

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