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Thu, Nov 17 2016

BRIEF-Telefonica and Huawei complete proof-of-concept test for 5G UCNC radio access networks

* Completes first proof-of-concept test for 5G UCNC radio access networks with Huawei

CORRECTED-Viacom buys Telefonica's Telefe for $345 mln

Nov 15 Viacom Inc, the owner of Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and MTV, said on Tuesday it bought Argentine broadcaster Television Federal SA (Telefe) for $345 million in cash.

BRIEF-Viacom acquires Televisión Federal S.A. in Argentina from Telefónica S.A. for $345 mln

* under terms of agreement, Viacom will acquire all of Telefe's brands and assets

BRIEF-Telefonica sells Television Federal to Viacom International for $345 mln

* Says it has sold 100 percent of Television Federal SA to Viacom International Inc for $345 million

BRIEF-Zegona says Telecable signs agreement with Telefonica in Spain

* Has entered into a new mobile access agreement with Telefonica in Spain which will replace current arrangement with Vodafone

Viacom in talks to buy Telefonica's Telefe for around $385 million: sources

Viacom Inc , the owner of Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and MTV, is in talks to acquire Argentine broadcaster Television Federal SA from phone carrier Telefonica SA for up to $385 million, according to people familiar with the deal.

Viacom in talks to buy Telefonica's Telefe for around $385 million -sources

Nov 3 Viacom Inc, the owner of Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and MTV, is in talks to acquire Argentine broadcaster Television Federal SA from phone carrier Telefonica SA for up to $385 million, according to people familiar with the deal.

Fitch: Telefonica Dividend Cut Supports Organic Deleveraging

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) LONDON, October 28 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings says Telefonica's (BBB / Stable) dividend cut demonstrates management's commitment to reduce leverage and will increase Telefonica's free cashflow (FCF) and organic deleveraging capacity. The company cut dividends to EUR0.55 in 2016 and EUR0.40 from 2017 from EUR0.75 per share. The EUR0.35 per share reduction from 2017 removes the scrip portion of the dividend that Telefonica has been payin

UPDATE 2-Spain's Telefonica cuts dividend to speed up debt reduction

* Does not want to be forced into poorly-timed asset sales (Adds quotes from conference call)

BRIEF-BBVA says won't change strategy with Telefonica after dividend cut

* Says it does not foresee any strategic changes with Telefonica after dividend cut

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