Syfy is teaming up with ReedPop to become the exclusive streaming provider for the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, New York Comic-Con and Emerald City Comic-Con. The network will host a live stage at the events and will stream coverage through Syfy Wire and YouTube.
Local radio groups are stepping up efforts to support the community after the school shooting in Parkland, Fla. IHeartMedia's stations have provided continuous coverage and have connected with the community, while Cox Media Group hosted a blood drive and Entercom has opened up its phone lines for listeners to reach out and share their stories.
NBC on Sunday tweeted that Olympic figure skater and bronze medalist Adam Rippon would serve as a correspondent for the remainder of the Winter Olympics through TV, social media and digital. However, Rippon later said that while he was "so flattered" by the offer, he was turning down the role to stay with his teammates in the Olympic Village for the rest of the Games.
Peyton Manning is a top pick for both Fox and ESPN as a game analyst, sources say. Fox previously reached out to Manning and will likely try its luck again, although ESPN will reportedly now more aggressively pursue Manning to replace Jon Gruden on "Monday Night Football."
A federal judge is expected to decide Tuesday whether to grant a request by the Justice Department to block AT&T from using political arguments in defense of its proposed merger with Time Warner. AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has hinted that President Donald Trump's relationship with CNN fueled the antitrust lawsuit.
The American Cable Association has filed a document with the Federal Communications Commission seeking the elimination of Form 325 requirements. The form is time-consuming, and most of the information is duplicative or irrelevant, the ACA wrote in the document.
Students from the Florida high school that suffered a shooting tragedy will appear on CNN this week as part of a town hall event. At least two state lawmakers have indicated that they will attend the town hall.
Charter is focusing its mobile and wireless strategies on small-cell networks, says Craig Cowden, senior vice president of wireless technology at Charter. The company will begin with 4G small cells and transition to 5G to provide "a superior connectivity experience," Cowden says.
AT&T explained why it selected three cities -- Indianapolis, Minneapolis, and Little Rock, Ark. -- as the first ones to test its 5G Evolution networks. In a blog post, AT&T's Joan Marsh wrote that those cities created friendly regulatory environments for installing networking gear such as small cell transmitters.
CenturyLink has tapped eight executives for pursuit and management of public sector contracts as the federal government changes how it awards those deals. Under the realignment, the group will report to David Young, regional vice president, strategic government.
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