Take one Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger proposal, throw in the FCC’s overturned net neutrality rules, and the news that Comcast and Netflix have a “mutually beneficial” interconnection agreement hits stratospheric levels. That quickly became the case Sun, when the companies confirmed that they have a deal, which they noted was the result of “many months” of collaborative work (read: this was in play before TWC or the DC Circuit’s decision). Much of Mon was devoted to reining folks back in. A MoffettNathanson note addresses net neutrality, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam reveals the company plans to make a similar deal with Netflix soon and other industry players comment.

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On Fri, Verizon launched electronic sell-through of individual TV eps as well as full past seasons for FiOS TV customers. More about the service here.
WWE’s OTT network launch Tues morning didn’t go off without a hitch. Here’s what occurred.
Tues is launch day for the Dodgers channel, officially named Time Warner Cable SportsNet LA, though it seems to be going mainly by the shorter moniker SportsNet LA. The net has launched ineedmydodgers.com in the hopes of scoring carriage deals. 

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A+E Networks launched a new FAST (free ad-supported streaming TV) channel Skills + Thrills , debuting on The Roku Channel on Tuesday. The series

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