Disney promotes Staggs to COO; Comcast name switcharoos continue

More cable news from around the Web:

> The Walt Disney Company has promoted parks chief Thomas Staggs to chief operating officer. Story

> Netflix will expand into Japan starting next fall. Story

> Comcast and Charter ranked 92 and 93, respectively, out of a pool of 100 companies on the most recent Harris Reputation Quotient study, which measures consumer attitudes towards service corporations. Story

> Rentrak has signed media buying agency Horizon Media to its full suite of TV audience measurment products. Story

> Reports of Comcast representatives changing customer names to pejoratives continue to surface. Story

And finally  CenturyLink has offered details on its plan to deploy 1 Gbps services to Denver. Story

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