Comcast folds This Technology into Denver hub; Hulu moves to programmatic advertising with LiveRail

More cable news from across the Web:

> Comcast will fold This Technology into its Denver hub for Internet video technology. Denver Business Journal article

> The Secure Content Storage Association released its specs for Vidity, a technology targeting 4K UHD content. Variety article

> Hulu is implementing a programmatic advertising solution powered by LiveRail and supported by Oracle, marking its first foray into the automated ad buying and selling marketplace. Article

> TVEyes lost a key ruling in its court battle with Fox News. MediaPost article

> Disney will pay Maker Studio's backers $105 million, out of a potential of $200 million. Re/code article

Telecom News

> TDS said that the FCC's move to modernize the E-Rate program, which provides discounted telecom services to schools and libraries is producing positive results, but the voice support phase-down requirement remains a concern for its customers transitioning from TDM to IP-based voice. Article

Online Video News

> YouTube's answer to live-streaming game site Twitch is reportedly set to go live: YouTube Gaming will be available in every country in which the top OTT video site operates, Ars Technica reports. Article

Installer News

> Rocket Fiber is deploying fiber for business and residential use in Detroit, starting with the city's Central Business District and then moving to the city's Midtown neighborhood and then to adjacent areas. The service will launch later this year. Article

> Roanoke and Salem, Va., are building a 47-mile fiber optic network that will serve enterprises and government institutions. The first customers will be able to use the network by early 2016. Article

European Wireless News

> Ooredoo Qatar awarded a nationwide 3G and LTE small cell deployment contract to Nokia Networks following successful trials of the equipment vendor's infrastructure in the country's capital, Doha. Article

Wireless News

> AT&T is reportedly injecting advertising, sometimes for its own services, into unsecured websites of customers who use its Wi-Fi hotspots, according to a report from Stanford University computer science and legal lecturer Jonathan Mayer. Article

And finally… New York City and Verizon are battling over FiOS. Article