Comcast doles out $5 credits for service outage; NFL selects Yahoo to stream Bills-Jaguars game

More cable news from across the Web:

> Comcast is offering $5 credits to customers affected by a major service outage in the Western U.S.. Story

> Apple's upcoming pay-TV service is currently bogged down in program rights negotiations and won't launch until 2016, a report says. Story

> Comcast prevailed in a trial for a lawsuit filed against it by a Washington state family, which claims the MSO's home security system failed to detect an intruder who attacked a family member. Story

> Alaska-based cable operator CGS has introduced the TiVo Season Pass recording option to its video subscriber base. Story

> AT&T has introduced a new U-verse app, AT&T Careers, that enables job-seekers to explore AT&T job openings through their pay-TV service. Press release

> Betzalel Sergio Kenigsztein is being shifted from managing director of Liberty's Central and Eastern European region to president and COO of Liberty Global's Latin American and Caribbean operations. Story

> Speaking to attendees at the TIA 2015 Network of the Future event, Andre Fuetsch, senior VP of architecture and design for AT&T, said that Apple iOS software updates are the "biggest event we worry about" on the company's network. Story

And finally … The NFL has selected Yahoo as the service provider for its first live-streamed game, the Oct. 26 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars. Story

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