Comcast Business expands 10G service in Knoxville; Envivio reports flat Q2 revenue

More cable industry news from across the Web:

> Comcast Business Services is expanding the availability of its 10-gig fiber-based Ethernet platform in Knoxville, Tenn. Story

> Multiscreen video services provider Envivio reported second quarter revenue of $11.5 million, nearly flat with the year-ago time period. Story

> Tribune Media CEO Peter Liguori says the broadcast and cable company is about to apply to the Securities and Exchange Commission to be traded on a major exchange like the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq. Story

> Dish is making the ESPN Fantasy Football app available to subscribers equipped with the Hopper DVR. The app brings fantasy football stats directly to users' TV screens. Press release

> DirecTV's Audience Network will air a new series of documentaries being produced by the Los Angeles Times. Story

> Michael Wright, who just departed as the longtime programming architect for Turner Networks' TNT and TBS, has been hired as CEO by Stephen Spielberg's DreamWorks Studios, replacing Stacey Snider. Story

> Multiscreen video services company Vubiquity has announced the promotion of Pete Bryant to executive VP of corporate and strategic business development, as well as the hiring of Gabriel Berger as senior VP of business development. Story

And finally... Dish Network is opening up free access to the Outdoor Channel across all its programming tiers in September. Story

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