News of Note—Viacom, Discovery Inc. and 21st Century Fox

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21st Century Fox has settled hostile workplace and gender and racial discrimination claims with about 20 people. (stevepb/Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Viacom CEO Bob Bakish steered clear of discussing the CBS-Redstone lawsuit during an investor conference Tuesday. Deadline article

> Discovery Inc. is one of several programmers launching mini mobile versions of their channels on a new streaming service called Dreams TV. Release

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> 21st Century Fox has settled hostile workplace and gender and racial discrimination claims with about 20 people. Hollywood Reporter article

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