Amazon's 'Transparent' becomes first streaming major awards winner; HSN founder Bud Paxson dies

More cable news from around the Web.

> Comcast has stopped accepting enrollments into its Energy Rewards program. Story

> Just 55 percent of millennials use a TV as their primary viewing device, according to NATPE. Story

> Twitter has commissioned Nielsen to gather data on which shows have the most tweeting activity. Story

> The Indian government intends to offer millions of citizens 15 Mbps broadband service for $2.40 a month. Story

> President Barack Obama will visit Cedar Falls, Iowa, on Wednesday to promote access to high-speed broadband. Story

> Amazon's Transparent became the first online show Sunday to win a Golden Globe for best series. Story

> European pay-TV giant Sky has promoted Gary Davey to managing director, content. Story

> House lawmakers have reintroduced a bill that would render the Internet Tax Freedom Act permanent. Story

And finally ... Radio and television entrepreneur Bud Paxson, creator of the Home Shopping Network, died on Jan. 9 at the age of 80. Story

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