Amazon invests $300M in original content for Prime Video in India; Evolution Digital reaches deal with National Cable TV Cooperative

More cable news from across the web:

> Evolution Digital said it's reached an agreement with the National Cable TV Cooperative to distribute its eVUE-TV IP video on demand service to member MSOs. Press release

> Amazon is investing $300 million to produce original content for its Prime Video operation in India. CNET story

> FilmOn X has filed an opening brief, challenging a federal court's decision to dismiss its claim for compulsory program licensing contracts. Multichannel News story

> Altice USA has named former Comcast executive Alan Dannenbaum senior VP of programming. Multichannel News story

Mobile Developer News

> Pokémon Go is generating over $2M a day. What can it teach us? Article

> Rumors have continued to indicate a September arrival date for the Apple Watch 2. Article

Telecom News

> Enginuity Communications has acquired Pulse Communications assets in a deal that will broaden its Ethernet and SONET product portfolios. Article

Wireless News

> Wells Fargo has lowered its forecast for Apple's 2016 earnings, citing plateauing penetration rates and lengthening upgrade cycles. Article

And finally… 21st Century Fox management is pondering the removal of Fox News chief Roger Ailes. New York Magazine story

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