CBS stations in Tulsa and OKC blacked out on Dish; Discover/Hasbro series set to leave Netflix

More cable news from around the Web.

> The Cable and Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM) has elected Cox Communications CMO Mark Greatrex as its new board chair. Story

> CBS affiliates in Tulsa and Oklahoma City were blacked out on Dish Network after the satellite carrier failed to come to a retrans renewal agreement with Griffin Communications. Story

> British entrepreneur Richard Branson says he's building the "world's largest ever satellite constellation" for satellite broadband. Story

> One World Sports has carved a master agreement with the National Cable TV Cooperative. Story

> Microsoft's Xbox One reclaimed the title of top-selling videogame console from Sony's PlayStation 4, beating its rival in the all-important November-December selling season, according to NPD Group, and generating hardware sales of $1.31 billion in December. Story

> Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) criticized what he called a "watered down" Republican proposal to regulate the Internet. Story

> Netflix is set to lose Discovery/Hasbro kids series including My Little Pony on Feb. 2 if a licensing renewal deal between the SVOD service and programmer isn't made. Story

And finally ... NCTA president Michael Powell and CTIA president Meredith Attwell Baker will be among the witnesses at a House Communications Subcommittee hearing on net neutrality on Jan. 21. Story

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