CSG Systems rolls out billing system for digital services; Dish says Title II won't make Comcast-TWC merger any better

More cable news from around the Internet:

> Customer billing solutions vendor CSG Systems is rolling out a new platform called Ascendon, targeted to operators of digital services. Press release

> Sports programmer One World Sports has added three affiliates--Service Electric, enTouch and Paul Bunyan Communications--under its master agreement with the National Cable Television Cooperative. Story

> Even with strident Title II-oriented Internet regulation in place, a merged Comcast and Time Warner Cable could still threaten over-the-top video operators, Dish Network counsel Jeff Blum said on a conference call Monday put on by several coalitions of merger opponents. Story

> The NCAA has launched a new channel on YouTube dedicated to March Madness highlights and archival game footage. Story

> Hulu has become the exclusive SVOD home for Disney Junior's McStuffins. Press release

And finally … Continuing to increase its sponsorship involvement in NASCAR, Comcast will sponsor Carl Edwards in four races this season, starting this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Story

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