News of Note—AT&T, Limelight, Comcast and more

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Limelight reported rising revenues in its first quarter. (Pixabay)

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> After announcing a wide-ranging mobile business partnership almost a year ago, Comcast and Charter announced Friday that they’ve agreed to jointly develop and use a common operating platform for their respective MVNO-based mobile services. FierceCable article

> Against the objections of AT&T and a cable lobbyist representing Comcast and Charter, a California state senate committee approved a bill to go forward that supports net neutrality laws that are even more strident than the FCC’s since-revoked 2015 open internet regime. FierceCable article

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> Limelight reported rising revenues in its first quarter. Phoenix Business Journal article

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