Cablevision set to offer $1 for NY Daily News; Wave looking to buy Tacoma's publicly run Click

More cable news from around the Internet:

>  Cablevision is preparing to offer $1 to acquire financially troubled tabloid New York Daily News. Story

> Wave Broadband is negotiation with the public utilities commission in Tacoma, Wash., to take over the publicly run Click TV and broadband service. Story

> Rentrak will provide TV ratings and automotive advertising segmentation information to Discovery Networks. Press release

> Set-top technology consortium RDK Management has partnered with Metrological to create an app environment to help developers remotely create and test applications for RDK-based devices. Story

> Vye Broadband has acquired 5,000 additional Oklahoma customers with the purchase of Alliance Communications Network's Buford Media system in Prior, Okla. Story

> CenturyLink has promoted John Jones to senior VP of public policy and government relations. Press release

And finally … Comcast has signed three more schools--Dartmouth College, Regis College and Cal State Chico--to its IP-delivered Xfinity On Campus service. Story

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