Comcast still plagued by Northeast billing issues; McKinney and Nair featured at SCTE-Tuck Leadership event

More cable news from around the Internet:

> The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) announced that CableLabs president and CEO Phil McKinney and Balan Nair, executive VP and CTO of Liberty Global, will be featured presenters during the SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program April 26-May 1 at Dartmouth College. Press release

> Video technology company Imagine Communications has introduced CloudXtream, a cloud video platform for multiscreen video distribution and monetization. Press release

> Korea's SK Broadband is using Arris' E6000 network access platform to deliver 1 Gbps Internet service and 4K video to its customers. Press release

> Crown Media Family Networks has launched an in-house production unit, Crwon Media Productions. Story

> Under a new partnership, DirecTV technicians visiting customers' homes will sell solar power services from SolarCity. Press release

> SeaChange International has tapped Rafael Castillo VP of Latin America sales. Story

And finally …  Comcast continues to struggle with billing-system issues in the Northeast, months after transitioning to a new backend services vendor. Story

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