CommScope has 'new identity;' Intel buys SySDSoft

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> CommScope has introduced new branding to "reflect the energy, capabilities and leadership" its "tiered hierarchy" of brands brings to the table. News release.

> Intel Media Communications has acquired Egyptian software company SySDSoft. Story.

> CNN will launch a TV Everywhere effort along with a revamped online video player. Story.

> Twitter cofounder Biz Stone has joined AOL's recently former Huffington Post Media Group as an adviser on "social impact and cause-based initiatives." Story.

And finally ... TV One, a cable network owned by Radio One, NBCUniversal and DirecTV has raised $119 million in a new debt offering. It didn't say how the money will be used. Story.

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