Amazon Studios to host Woody Allen's first TV show; TWC rises 3 spots in Netflix ISP rankings

More cable news from around the Web.

> Amazon Studios has signed Woody Allen to create his first television series. Press release

> Online video platform Whistle Sports has secured a $28 million series B funding round. Story

> Time Warner Cable rose three spots and Cox rose one spot in Netflix's ISP speed rankings for December. Rankings

> Rep. Bob Latta (R-Ohio) has re-introduced a bill that would block the FCC from reclassifying ISPs under Title II. Story

> Jocelyn Diaz has been named executive VP of programming for premium network Epix. Story

> TV ratings research company Rentrak has secured a patent for the detection and correction of audience measurement aberrations. Story

> South Korean cable operator C&M, which has about 2.3 million subscribers, has been put up for sale. Story

> RCN has deployed 110 Mbps downstream broadband service to its customers in Lehigh Valley, Pa. Story

> State lawmakers in Missouri last week introduced a bill limiting the ability of municipalities to support localized broadband networks. Story

> Tele Columbus, the third largest cable operator in Germany, said it will use DOCSIS 3.0 to launch 400 Mbps downstream service to about 40,000 homes. Story

And finally ... CNN has reached an agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration to begin testing the use of drones in its news reporting. Story

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