Brazil's Multiplay first to deploy Arris' new DCX525e set-top; Comcast signs onto virtual employee healthcare

More cable industry news from across the Web:

> Brazil's Multiplay is the first pay-TV operator to certify and offer Arris' DCX525e set-top box to subscribers. Story

> Comcast has signed up as a client for its employees to receive services from San Francisco-based Doctor On Demand, a provider of video-based healthcare services. Story

> Employing a series of cost controls, Lionsgate reported a rise in Q2 net income of 217.7 percent to $43.3 million, despite a 21.1 percent drop in revenue to $449.4 million. Story

> With the departures of siblings Lisa and Ben Donovan, all three founders of Maker Studios have left the YouTube multichannel network, now owned by The Walt Disney Company. Story

> FCC commissioner Michael O'Rielly wants the commission to start posting transcripts from open meetings on its website. Story

> Microsoft is selling an over-the-air HD broadcast tuner to European owners of its Xbox One console. Story

And finally … Ahead of its deployment of 1 Gbps services, Cox Communications is holding an event in Phoenix to demonstrate its broadband technology. Story

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