Bright House and GCI join SCTE's Corporate Alliance program; Ted Talks come to Apple TV

More cable news from around the Internet:

> Apple TV has added channels from Ted Talks, TasteMade and Young Hollywood to its programming lineup. Story

> The NFL announced that it will make a London-based game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills exclusively viewable via live streaming next season. Story

> SCTE announced the addition of Bright House Networks and GCI to its Corporate Alliance Partner program. Press release

> The California Public Utilities Commission has delayed its approval vote on the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable until May 7. Story

> The FCC has leveraged Title II to justify a move that AT&T should be awarded damages for being overcharged by two Michigan-based rural telcos for interstate access services. Story

> Trade group the USTelecom Association filed a complaint against the FCC Monday claiming the agency's new broadband regulation is a violation of federal law. Story

> The state of Tennessee is also suing the FCC over the agency's new rules blocking laws that restrict municipal broadband. Story

And finally …, the new online video company founded by former Hulu chief executive Jason Kilar, has launched. Story

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