AT&T halts fiber deployment; Netflix supports 1080p on iPhone 6 Plus

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> AT&T says it is halting its fiber expansion after President Obama's endorsement of Title II broadband regulation. Story

> Yahoo has acquired online video company BrightRoll for $640 million. Story

> The Madison Square Garden Co. has hired former National Basketball Association executive Andrew Lustgarten as executive VP for corporate development and strategy. Story

> The Motion Picture Association of America has launched WheretoWatch.org, a consumer guide to legal online video. Story

> Making major programming moves under new creative chief Kevin Reilly, TNT has elected not to order a fifth season of the original series Franklin & BashStory

> AMC Networks is rolling out the Sundance Channel in Mexico. Story

> Netflix is now supporting 1080p resolution on the HD-display-equipped iPhone 6 Plus. Story

And finally … Sprint will reduce the price of its 12GB and 16GB shared data plans by $10. Story

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