Aereo settles with networks for pennies on the dollar; Mark Cuban signs NCTC deal

More cable industry news from around the web:

> Vanquished SVOD service Aereo has reached a settlement with broadcasters, agreeing to pay the major networks $950,000, or about 1 percent of their original $99 million copyright infringement claims. Story

> Fox, NBCU, CBS Corp. and Disney are among the major programming conglomerates signing on to receive cross-media measurement data from comScore and the Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement. Story

> Mark Cuban's AXS TV and HDNet Movies have signed long-term carriage agreements with the National Cable TV Cooperative. Story

> CenturyLink has acquired Portland-based cloud-services start-up Orchestrate for a price reported to be in the $10 million - $12 million range. Story

> Frontier Communications has named Becky B. Potts president of its national region. Story

> Comcast has confirmed that it has partnered with Liberty Property Trust on a third Philadelphia real estate venture, this one for a parcel adjacent to the Comcast Center and the upcoming Comcast Innovation Technology Center. Story

And finally …  Netflix has ordered a second season of the Marvel original series Daredevil. Post

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