Details emerge about Fashion TV suspension; Fancast Xfinity gets reviewed

> More titillating details have been revealed about why the Indian Information and Broadcasting Ministry has pulled Fashion TV off cable for 10 days. The programmer showed the unclothed upper-bodies of models "which was offending against good taste and decency," the ministry said in a statement. Story.

> Also in India, cable TV middleware developer Latens has expanded offices and staff at its Hyderabad R&D facility in a "quest to build a global center of excellence." Story.

> Cox Communications ranked 21st in the DiversityInc. Top 50 companies demonstrating measurable diversity best practices and results. Release. Time Warner Cable was named 23rd. Release.

> Houlton, Me. town councilors want local cable operator Polaris Cable Services to show up at an April 12 meeting and explain a blackout practice that the operator claims has been going on for "about 10 years." Story.

> Comcast's Fancast Xfinity--now there's a mouthful--has potential but still a ways to go according to a review in the Washington Post. Story.

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