CenturyLink tacks on new fees; Sony chief says hack attack 'won't take us down'

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Addressing the computer hacking attack that has shaken his studio to its core in a Culver City, Calif., town hall meeting Monday, Sony Pictures Chairman and CEO Michael Lynton declared, "This won't take us down." Story

> RCN has struck a multiplatform carriage deal with One World Sports. Story

> CenturyLink is tacking on new fees for its standalone broadband and dual play voice and broadband bundles for residential customers. Story

> After 10 years and around $7 billion in losses, Sony's television unit is poised to finally turn an annual profit. Story

> Verizon, Comcast and Time Warner Cable have all told their investors that the president's Title II Internet regulation strategy is not a concern. Story

And finally … Nexstar Broadcasting Group and NBC have extended an affiliation agreement covering 16 stations. Story

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