Comcast readies office-to-home Ethernet solution; HBO extends Go to Xbox One

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Atlantic Broadband has launched an authenticated, TiVo-powered multiscreen portal for PC web browsers. Press release

> Comcast is readying Ethernet @Home, a new service that will extend Ethernet connectivity from offices to telecommuters working from home. Story

> A group of institutional investors are looking to remove James Murdoch from the board of European pay-TV operator Sky. Story

> HBO has launched a Go player app for the Xbox One console. Press release

> Comcast has hired Devesh Raj as senior VP of strategic and financial planning. Press release

> Amazon has set a Dec. 23 release date for new original series Mozart in the Jungle. Press release

And finally … Netflix plans to resurrect the Western series Longmire, which was canceled by A&E after three seasons. Story

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