Comcast triples size of Social Care team; new Apple TV version to launch in June with Siri

More cable news from around the Internet:

> The Madison Square Garden Group has named Sharon Otterman executive VP and CMO. Press release

> Seattle's KOMO-TV retrans fees on Click Cable have increased 684 percent to $2.34 a subscriber since 2009. Story

> The latest version of Apple TV, with voice feature Siri, will debut in June. Story

> Coverage of March Madness on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV generated a record-breaking 6.5 overnight rating/14 share through March 21, a 6 percent increase over last year's tournament broadcast. Story

> The NBA has reached a deal with Univision Deportes to provide pro hoops-related content across the Spanish-language broadcaster's platforms. Story

> AOL has partnered with FourthWall Media to gain access to set-top audience data. Press release

And finally … Comcast says it's tripling the size of its social media outreach team. Help wanted ad

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