Charter previews upcoming changes for TWC customers; Dish launches Cuban entertainment channel

More cable news from across the web:

> Charter Communications previewed upcoming changes for Time Warner Cable customers to address customer satisfaction. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article

> Dish Network announced the launch of a new Cuban channel, CUBAMAX TV, last week, making it the first and only pay-TV provider to bring Cuban programming to U.S. audiences. Dish press release

> Comcast CEO announced plans for upcoming X1 technology to broadcast every Olympics event live either online or on TV. Bloomberg article

Telecom News

> Verizon has been asked by the National Advertising Review Board to revise a number of its FiOS ads following a complaint by Comcast. Article

Wireless News

> Samsung will ramp up production of OLED displays by more than 50 percent to meet demand from Apple and other smartphone vendors. Article

> The Los Angeles-based MVNO FreedomPop continues to gain traction in Europe, and is generating revenue from nearly half of its British users. Article

European Wireless News

> South Africa-based MTN appointed a top executive from the Vodafone group as its new group president and CEO, replacing Sifiso Dabengwa who resigned last November. Article

And finally… The Senate will investigate Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Dish Network over customer service practices. InsideSources article

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