Discovery, Liberty Global close $930M All3Media deal; USA Network to adapt 'La Reina Del Sur'

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Over-the-top revenues worldwide will more than double to $42 billion by 2020, a new report from Digital TV Research says. Story

> Discovery and Liberty Global have closed the $930 million acquisition of All3Media. Story

> A TWC simulcast of the Dodgers-Giants matchup on local station KDOC-TV brought in an audience three times the size of SportsNetLA. Story

> Prime-time TV had a strong season opening on Monday night with the 8:00 p.m. time slot drawing 50 million viewers. Story

> In a bid to reduce ad-skipping via subscribers' DVRs, broadcasters are offering more of their shows on demand. Story

> Fans of FX series Sons of Anarchy and American Horror Story can watch them on Apple TV via the new FX Now app. Story

> Microsoft announced a new Wireless Display Adapter than works much like Google's Chromecast. Story

And finally… In a move similar to Telemundo's recent Spanish-language adaptation of Breaking Bad, USA Network has ordered an English-language adaptation of the telenovela La Reina Del Sur to be titled Queen of the South. Story

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