Comcast all in with OpenDaylight Project; MaxLinear joints MoCA board

More cable news from across the Web:

> FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says his agency is looking to move its headquarters when its lease runs out in 2017. Story

> Comcast says that, since January, it has been participating in the OpenDaylight Project (ODL), which supports the development of an open, Linux-based software-defined networking (SDN) and network-function virtualization (NFV) platform. Story

> The FCC has approved Frontier Communications' purchase of Verizon's wireline assets in three states. Story

> AOL, which was just bought by Verizon, is in advanced discussions to spin off its Huffington Post content unit. Story

> Highlighting 11 original series and 260 hours of total original programming during his first upfront presentation as president of TNT and TBS, Kevin Reilly touted a "daring brand makeover" of the struggling networks. Story

> Pay-TV industry chipmaker MaxLinear has joined the board of directors of the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) Press release

And finally … Comptel is moving to back the FCC in the agency's fight to sustain its recently created net neutrality rules. Story

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