Comcast customers could lose service over unpaid utility pole fees; Tumblr is launching a live video offering

More cable news from across the web:

> Tennessee Comcast customers could lose their service over an unsettled dispute regarding unpaid utility pole fees. Chattanooga Times Free Press article

> Tumblr is entering the live video space, according to this promotional web page. The program, which will launch on June 21, will be competing with Twitter's Periscope, Facebook Live and Amazon Twitch. CNET article

> Marcus Weldon, CTO of Nokia and president of Nokia Bell Labs, will deliver the keynote remarks at the general session of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers/International Society of Broadband Experts Expo 2016 on September 27. SCTE press release

Mobile Developer News

> Lenovo has unveiled its PHAB2 Pro, the world's first Tango-enabled smartphone designed to deliver augmented reality (AR) experiences. Article

> Apple last week previewed iOS 10 at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Here are five things that mobile developers need to know about the OS. Article

Telecom News

> As AT&T is moving forward with its fiber to the premises rollout for business and residential customers, the service provider is following an integrated wireless and wireline carrier strategy. Article

> MegaPath has named Dan Foster as its president of business markets, marking the return of one of the company's leaders. Article

Wireless News

> SoftBank President Nikesh Arora said he will step down just 13 months after CEO Masayoshi Son essentially designated him as Son's successor. Article

And finally… ESPN's Longhorn network announced Monday that it will cancel its studio shows and instead focus on covering live events. SportsDay article

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