AT&T invests $200M in Jacksonville wireless, wireline networks; ISP customers file over 20K net neutrality complaints

Wireline news from across the web:

> CenturyLink's  Board of Directors voted to declare a regular quarterly cash dividend of 54 cents per share, which will be payable on June 14, 2016, to shareholders of record on May 31, 2016. Release

> A House Appropriations subcommittee has included a provision in a must-pass bill that would prevent the Department of Commerce from using any funds in the transition of the IANA contract from the department to nonprofit California organization ICANN. The Register article

> AT&T invested nearly $200 million in its Jacksonville wireless and wired networks during 2013-2015. Release 

> Internet service customers have filed 20,991 net neutrality complaints since the rules went into effect last June, according to new FCC data. ars technica article

> The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released a discussion paper on Telstra's proposed variation to the Migration Plan to set out how Telstra will migrate telephone and internet services from its copper and HFC networks to the National Broadband Network (NBN). Telecompaper article

Cable News
> Samsung has reached out the major programming conglomerates to find out what they'd charger to make their programing available in an IP-delivered service, according to Bloomberg. Article

> New York state regulators have postponed today's scheduled vote on Altice's proposed $17.7 billion purchase of Cablevision to June 16. Article

Installer News
> Consolidated Communications isn't afraid to make a deal to purchase another company, especially if that service provider can help it bolster its network footprint. Article

Online Video News
> Media companies exhibiting here at INTX chatted throughout the week about the need to tailor their content to fit the different sizes of screens and the various platforms, like Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram, that viewers use. Article

Wireless News
> Charter Communications CEO Tom Rutledge said his company can now potentially offer a nationwide wireless service because its Time Warner Cable acquisition gives it access to the same Verizon MVNO agreement as Comcast. Article

> Sprint is taking a page from T-Mobile's playbook and enabling customers to watch every live match of next month's Copa América Centenario soccer tournament on their phones without incurring data charges. Article

And finally … A Bay Area student being treated for leukemia is able to keep up with classes at her middle school through use of the Beam mobile videoconferencing device from Suitable Technologies. The Journal article