Arris to integrate TiVo into set-tops and gateways; Layer3's Fellows joins SCTE 'Energy 2020' leadership team

More cable industry news from around the web:

> Arris has struck a deal to integrate TiVo's interface and software into its set-tops and gateways. Press release

> Layer3 co-founder and CTO Dave Fellows has joined the leadership team behind the SCTE's Energy 2020 initiative. Press release

> Arris and Charter Communications have closed their $135 million joint purchase of cloud video company ActiveVideo. Story

> Four trade associations representing broadband service providers, including the ACA and NCTA, have asked for a stay on the FCC's decision to reclassify ISPs as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act. Story

> Amdocs has reached a $272 million cash agreement to buy digital services company Converse. Story

> Programmatic content delivery system provider Iris.TV has reached an agreement to provide a dynamic personalized end-screen plug-in to Kaltura's video technology platforms. Press release

And finally … AMC Networks reported a 70 percent rise in net income for the first quarter to $120.9 million, with revenue up 27.5 percent to $669 million. Story

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