News of Note—WWE, Verizon and YouTube

news of note

Here are the stories we're following today:

> WWE reached a new agreement with Nine Network to broadcast weekly one-hour versions of WWE’s flagship programs "Raw" and "SmackDown" in Australia. Release

> Verizon is ending its advertising boycott of YouTube. Tubefilter story

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