Bloomberg complaint headed to FCC; FCC's Kaplan headed to wireless bureau

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Forget the threat; Bloomberg's ready to move forward and file a complaint against Comcast with the FCC. Story

> FCC musical chairs continue as Rick Kaplan, chief council to Chairman Julius Genachowski, moves to the job of wireless bureau chief replacing Ruth Milkman, who joins Genachowski's office as special counsel for innovation in government. Story

> Chicago-based Crystal Broadband Networks says it will stop offering service in several Ohio communities because it only had 60 paying customers and the service "wasn't financially viable." Story

> LightSquared is running into something different in Washington: bipartisan opposition. Story

> ESPN is transitioning to MPEG-4 HD to save bandwidth and increase the number of HD services offered and is using Motorola Mobility gear to pull it off. News release

And finally ... It seems the cable industry has become a bit stuffy when Amdocs can claim it's "the exclusive presenting sponsor of The Cable Center Customer Care Committee ("C5")." News release

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