Blog suggests Time Warner should buy Netflix; NBCUniversal replaces NAB board member

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> While much has been made about Time Warner buying a broadcast network, a la Comcast-NBCUniversal, a Reuters blog suggests buying Netflix. Story.

> NBCUniversal has a new person on the NAB board of directors. Ted Harbert, NBC Broadcasting chairman, is replacing John Eck, president of NBCU's Media Works. Story.

> A U.S. bankruptcy court has approved Dish Network's revised agreement to acquire DBSD North America. Story.

> Pace continues to blossom internationally, signing a new two-year set-top box partnership with Latin American cable company NET. News release.

> Maybe Blackstone thinks Comcast has deep pockets, since it's offering to sell its half of Universal Orlando to NBCUniversal. Story.

And finally ... the Market Competition and Consumer Choice Act, New Jersey's way of deregulating many cable and telco rules, needs only Senate approval and the governor's signature to become law. Story.

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