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NCTC finally has its MVNO partner. It’s teaming up with the SaaS platform Reach to give the co-op’s nearly 700 members the ability to launch mobile services. Initial launches are expected to come in Q2 or Q3, which is the same timeframe that Warner Bros. Discovery will peel back the curtain on its upcoming combined streaming service. The company is holding a press event April 12 to provide more specifics on the platform.

NCTC Signs Deal with Reach for MVNO
NCTC entered into a preferred partnership agreement with Reach to provide its nearly 700 members with the ability to launch mobile services. Read More »
WBD Sets Date for Combined Streamer Preview Event
Warner Bros Discovery CEO David Zaslav opened the company’s 4Q22 earnings call Thursday by noting that the theme of last year was restructuring and 2023 will be one of building. Read More »
Standard General Still Fighting for TEGNA
Standard General is calling on the FCC to put its deal for TEGNA up for a vote instead of referring questions over the potential of higher consumer prices and job cuts to its Administrative Law Judge, a move it said will extend the transaction beyond its final extension date of May 22. Read More »
Effros: Expertise
It became very clear that we have reached a significant inflection point in the debate over what should be done, if anything, about regulating the internet. Read More »
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