Canoe says Q1 DAI impressions quadrupled; Weather Channel signs Suddenlink deal

More cable industry news from around the web:

> Advanced advertising consortium Canoe said that 2.56 billion cable VOD ad impressions were delivered in Q1, more than quadrupling the Q1 2014 total. Story

> A day after announcing a carriage renewal with Dish Network, The Weather Channel also announced a deal with Suddenlink. Story

> AT&T says it converted 80 percent of its legacy DSL subscribers to IP in the first quarter. Story

> Shares for London-based Pace PLC soured after Arris announced its $2.1 billion takeover of the company Wednesday. Story

> Small business customers in the Midwest with as few as five phone lines will now have access to a hosted VOIP solution from Wide Open West (WOW!). Story

> Disney announced that it will air ESPN's July 15 ESPY Awards telecast on ABC. Story

And finally … Scripps Networks said channels like HGTV will steer clear of nudity and other "edgier" content as its cable rivals get racier. Story

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