Cable industry news from across the Web:
> DirecTV and the YES Network have moved into extra innings, pushing negotiations for a new retransmission contract to Thursday. Story.
> Gregory Doody, Charter Communications' EVP-programming and legal affairs has resigned to "return to his restructuring advisory practice." News release.
> The IEEE has approved a new WiMAX standard, 802.16m to compete with LTE. Story.
> It's not just a U.S. thing: Vodafone and Telecom are asking the New Zealand government to set aside analog spectrum used by TV channels for mobile services. Story.
> The Kansas legislature has voted to eliminate an initiative (Kan-ed) that brought broadband to schools, hospitals and libraries, favoring instead private services now available throughout the state. Story.
And finally ... Comcast "inadvertently" assessed a $1.26 "Educational Capital Improvement" tax on monthly bills of about 700 customers living in South Carolina counties where the tax was not applicable. Story.