The Skinny

March has not been kind to MobiTV. The company kicked off the month by filing for bankruptcy, but CEO Charlie Nooney has assured customers that it won't be going out of business. Meanwhile, Altice USA spotted and snagged its next acquisition: Morris Broadband. While it may not be a huge system, the buy reinforces a number of recent M&A trends.

MobiTV Files for Voluntary Bankruptcy
MobiTV started off March by filing for voluntary relief under Chapter 11, saying it intends to use the proceeding to implement a restructure that will position the company for long-term sustainability and growth. Read More »
Altice Buys Morris Broadband
Altice USA is back on the acquisition game, announcing its buy of Morris Broadband Monday for $310 million. Read More »
DirecTV, DISH Merger Still Possible
AT&T found a way to offload a stake in its US video business, but this likely isn’t the end of the road for DirecTV. A combo with DISH is still possible. Read More »
Decision Made: AT&T Sells DirecTV Minority Stake to TPG
AT&T and TPG Capital have signed a deal to form a new entity that will operate AT&T’s video unit in the US. Read More »
Misinformation in Media: First Amendment Takes Center Stage
Viewers are used to seeing political squabbling on the cable news networks, but on Wednesday, politicians were sparring over the cable news networks. Read More »
Plume Funding Round to Fuel New Products, Partnerships
Plume closed a $270 million minority investment from private equity firm Insight Partners Tuesday, and CEO Fahri Diner has big plans for the funds. Read More »
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