Heading into Aug recess, House Commerce’s key subcmtes will have their hands full preparing to reintroduce 2 bills concerning FCC process reform and addressing cyber attacks and IP protection. On Thurs, the communications and tech subcmte, headed by Rep Greg Walden (R-OR), will discuss drafts of the 2 process revamp proposals, which aim to minimize the potential for “procedural failings and abuse, and to improve agency transparency, efficiency, and accountability,” according to a committee memo. Read more about the 2 bills here.

More top stories in today’s CableFAX Daily:

NAMIC’s board on Tues reported that it found no basis for an anonymous email that had accused pres/CEO Nicol Turner-Lee of mismanagement.
CTAM has officially hung the “Help Wanted” sign, following current CTAM pres/CEO Char Beales’ announcement earlier this year that she will retire at the end of ’13.
While most major ISPs’ ranks in Netflix’s June speed index remained unchanged, one MSO moved up in the rankings.

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Broadband Still Bananas in 3Q

Cable One reported that residential data subs grew by approximately 21K on a sequential basis—a nice uptick from the 6.4K reported a year ago.

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