Cablevision promotes PR exec Anselmo; Discovery cuts 20 ad-sales execs

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Google Fiber has announced a three-tier pricing plan for its Austin, Texas, rollout that similar to pricing for earlier deployments in Kansas City, Mo., and Provo, Utah. Announcement

Lisa Anselmo, Cablevision> Cablevision has promoted Lisa Anselmo to VP of corporate communications. Press release

> World Fishing Network has named Jim Liberatore president and CEO. Press release

> Discovery Communications dismissed around 20 ad sales staffers amid a consolidation of operations. Story

> Struggling Japanese conglomerate Sony Corp. says it expects to see a rebound for its electronics business within three years. Story

> Redbox is raising the per-day cost of a DVD rental from $1.20 to $1.50 starting Dec. 2. Story

> Veteran cable programming executive Lynned Buening has died of natural causes at 61. Story

> Scripps Networks Interactive has completed a $1 billion bond offering, which the company says will be used to pay down existing debt. Story

And finally … Sony Pictures Entertainment told its employees Monday not to access email or connect to its corporate IT networks in any way, after the company has attacked by a hacker. Story

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