C3 ratings plummet for fifth straight month; Hulu gets 'F' grade from Better Business Bureau

More cable news from around the Internet:

> C3 audience ratings, the coin of the realm for broadcast and cable ad sales, showed double-digit declines for the fifth straight month. Story

> The Game Show Network has contracted with Rentrak to measure its linear and VOD audiences. Story

> A federal bankruptcy court approved last month's auctioning of Aereo's assets. Story

> The FCC has extended its commentary deadline for a proposal to redefine MVPDs. Story

> Google has received permission from the FCC to test a new broadband delivery system relying on solar-powered drones. Story

> Research conducted by M-Lab shows interconnection problems involving ISPs Comcast and AT&T and backbone operators GTT and Zayo. Story

And finally … Hulu has been given an "F" grade by the Better Business Bureau. Story

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