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

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