Comcast teams with Tennessee State University for campus service; Twitter bid for NFL's streaming service

More cable news from across the Web:

> Tennessee State University and Comcast announced Xfinity on Campus, which will let students watch live TV and on-demand content on laptops, tablets and smartphones. AP article

> The FCC is moving forward with plans to expand its Lifeline service from phones to broadband for poor Americas. Bloomberg article

> Twitter had wanted to broadcast the NFL's first streaming-only game, but lost to Yahoo's $20 million bid. Business Insider article

> Cox Media Group's radio stations in Tulsa, Okla., have formed an alliance with Cox Media to sell digital options to local advertisers under the brand Cox Local Solutions. TVNewsCheck article

> The Illinois Supreme Court said Comcast must identify a subscriber who posted an anonymous message suggesting a political candidate molests children. CED article

Telecom News

> The FCC has passed a new set of rules that will allow interconnected VoIP providers like Vonage and Ooma to obtain telephone numbers directly. Article

European Wireless News

> The European Commission's 2015 Digital Agenda Scoreboard revealed that LTE mobile broadband was available to nearly eight in 10 (79.4 per cent) of households across the European Union at the end of 2014, a significant increase on the situation at end-2013. Article

> Nokia bosses continued to court a consortium of German car makers over a sale of its HERE navigation business, as a deadline for bids reportedly passed. Article

Wireless News

> BlackBerry is likely going to report less software revenue when it posts earnings on June 23 than Wall Street is expecting, and financial analysts and the wider market should lower their expectations for how quickly the company can increase software sales, according to a report from analysts at Wells Fargo. Article

> Sprint might decide to raise the prices on its individual unlimited smartphone data plans later this year, according to CEO Marcelo Claure. For now though, everything is staying as is. Article

And finally… "The main reason I believe in the concept of Hell is because I know the people who work at Time Warner Cable will go there when they die," said Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update anchor Colin Jost. Article