Albrecht re-ups as Starz CEO through 2020; In quadrennial review, FCC retains most broadcast ownership restrictions

More cable news from across the web:

> September's SCTE/ISBE Cable Tec Expo four-day technical workshop session will focus on gigabit services, 4K/UHD, virtual reality and intelligent energy management solutions. Press release

> Liberty Global President and CEO Mike Fries said that while his MSO didn't back Britain's exist from the European Union, it will support the decision. Broadband TV News article

> Starz CEO Chris Albrecht has re-upped with the premium cable channel through 2020. Deadline Hollywood story

> TiVo's recent Warsaw, Poland, acquisition, Cubiware, has announced a new praetorship with Asia's MStar Semiconductor, Inc. Press release

> Viacom czar Sumner Redstone said company chief executive Philippe Dauman rejected a face-to-face meeting with him. Broadcasting & Cable story

> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has circulated a quadrennial media ownership review that retains most of the current media ownership restrictions on dual station and newspaper/station ownership. Broadcasting & Cable story

Mobile Developer News

> Apple's modified review guidelines for its App Store aim to ease development pitfalls and make it easier for developers to get their submissions approved. The company also put out an App Review Guidelines comic book because it didn't feel that the developer profession was attracting quite enough nerds. Article

Telecom News

> Cisco announced today its intention to acquire CloudLock for $293 million in a move to improve its standing in the cloud infrastructure market. Article

Wireless News

> Cablevision said it will shut down its Freewheel service, underscoring the difficulties cable companies face in the wireless market. Article

> Apple is reportedly being investigated in South Korea. Article

And finally… The NBA's Portland Trail Blazers are denying a Seattle Times report that they're leaving Comcast to join ROOT Sports Northwest. KGW-TV story

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