Comcast unhappy with California approval conditions; Bright House rolls out 300 Mbps in Florida

More cable news from around the Internet:

> Bright House Networks announced 300 Mbps broadband-speed upgrades throughout its Florida service area. Press release

> Comcast is displeased with the conditions mandated by California's approval of its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable. Story

> In comments sought by the FCC on how it could aid the deployment of faster broadband services, the NCTA said that changing the definition of broadband and enacting Title II-based regulations is a step in the wrong direction. Story

> Police in West Hartford, Conn., have arrested a DirecTV subcontractor for allegedly committing a sexual assault during a customer visit. Story

> A Missouri woman is suing Charter Communications and two of its subcontractors, after she was sexually assaulted by a technician. Story

And finally … Several top executives for Glenn Beck's TheBlaze have left the conservative media company to form their own startup. Story

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