It’s Day 26.5, and there are so few signs of progress on CBS-Time Warner Cable (at least outwardly) that even a bland statement from the FCC saying it is “engaged at the highest levels” with the companies makes headlines. But, we’re nearly a month into this and news is scarce. Even scarcer is news regarding Journal Broadcasting’s blackout on Time Warner Cable–and there’s a new potential retrans flare-up on the horizon.

More top stories in today’s CableFAX Daily:

 
Trendrr is now part of Twitter, with the social media tracking firm announcing the acquisition Wed. Read on for details.
 
Consumers are watching more TV on their mobile devices and are watching one piece of content across several locations and times aka “place-shifted viewing”, according to an annual report on consumer trends in the TV area by Ericsson ConsumerLab. Check out more findings here.
 

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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.

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