Comcast employee accused of leading ID theft ring; Dish renews Reelz carriage agreement

More cable industry news from around the web:

> Police in Shreveport, La., have accused a Comcast employee of underpinning an identity theft ring, for which 10 arrests have already been made. Story

> Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ken.) has introduced legislation intended to block the FCC's new net neutrality rules. Story

> The Senate Commerce Committee has asked the FCC for documents relating to companies affiliated with Dish Network and their participation in the AWS-3 spectrum auction. Story

> Arris says it's integrating its video software into Akamai Technologies' content delivery network. Story

> The SCTE will hold its fifth annual IP Challenge starting May 10. Story

> Taking a page out of the Netflix playbook, NBC says it will make every episode of its new David Duchovny drama Aquarius available for binge streaming after the show's May 28 premiere. Story

> Dish Network has renewed its carriage agreement with Reelz and will keep the channel in its America's Top 120 tier. Story

And finally … Vevo has named veteran digital media executive Erik Huggers CEO. Story

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