Comcast rolls out new parental ratings tool for X1; Nancy Tellem joins board of e-commerce company Dot & Bo

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Comcast has integrated a tool for parents to evaluate what their kids are watching, the Common Sense Media Ratings, into its X1 platform. Corporate blog post

> BSkyB and Liberty Global will continue their aggressive expansion, and revenue will decline for nearly half of pay-TV operators, according to a new European market study conducted by Digital TV Research. Study

> Verizon FiOS will offer a free two-week preview of One World Sports starting Oct. 18. Press release

> GSN has named cable industry veteran Chris Moseley executive VP and CMO. Story

> Modem circuitry maker MaxLinear has acquired telecom technology company Physpeed for $11 million. Press release

> Hulu is considering lowering the commercial load on its premium subscription service, Hulu Plus. Story

> Fox has shelved a plan to turn Cameron Crowe's 1989 film Say Anything into a TV series after the filmmaker voiced strident objections. Story

> TNT has purchased the exclusive off-network cable rights to the NBCUniversal series Grimm. Story

And finally …  Former CBS and Microsoft executive Nancy Tellem has joined the board of directors of San Francisco e-commerce startup Dot & Bo. Story

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