Dish documents outline wireless plans; CBS Corp. expands affiliate coverage for All Access

More cable news from across the Web:

> Documents obtained by Yahoo News suggest that Dish Network is planning to transform itself into a wireless provider of video, data and voice services. Story

> CBS Corp. announced deals with 13 additional affiliate stations for CBS All Access, bringing clearance for the OTT platform to 60 percent of the U.S. Press release

> The SCTE and CableLabs will host a symposium focused on cybersecurity on Oct. 13, tied to the Cable-Tec Expo. Press release

> Mediacom Communications CEO Rocco Commisso has received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor and also has been inducted into the Mount Saint Michael Academy "Legends of the Mount" for what the cable company describes as "humanitarian efforts." Press release

> The Consumer Electronics Association says it will impose stricter registration guidelines for its CES event in Las Vegas after January's show drew a record 176,676 attendees. Story

> After purchasing Charlottesville, Va., ISP Blue Ridge InternetWorks in December, MVNO Ting announced pricing that includes an $89-a-month plan for symmetrical 1 Gbps service. Story

> Citing anonymous D.C. sources, the consumer activist group Stop the Cap says the FCC is about to examine Comcast's Internet usage caps. Posting

And finally … Comcast Business has expanded its portfolio of fiber-based Ethernet services to Portland, Ore. Story

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