CNBC kicks Nielsen to the curb; MSG Networks begins authenticated streaming of Knicks games

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Video streaming company NeuLion has acquired video encoding and delivery technology company DivX for $62.5 million. Story

> CNBC will replace Nielsen with Cogent Reports to measure daytime audience performance starting later this year. Story

> MSG Networks has begun authenticated streaming for New York Knicks losses... er, games. Story

> TiVo has introduced a guide feature, OnePass, to its DVRs that helps viewers binge-watch shows. The DVR maker has also integrated music service iHeartRadio onto its interface. Story

> Netflix has once again used its corporate blog to defend its peering deals with large ISPs. Blog post

> The Wi-Fi Alliance is developing a new certification program called Wi-Fi Aware that's aimed at providing information on where devices are in relation to each other. Story

And finally … Time Warner Cable ran a 4K proof-of-concept test on two Southern California sports events in December. Story

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