DreamWorks launches YouTube channel; SCOTUS pondering other cases besides Aereo

More cable industry news from around the Web:

> DreamWorks Animation, which purchased YouTube programmer AwesomenessTV in 2013, announced Monday that it's launching a new YouTube channel, DreamWorksTV, targeted to families. Story.

> Public television officials are concerned that the FCC's planned auctioning of spectrum to wireless broadband companies will leave parts of the U.S. without access to free over-the-air television. Story.

> The U.S. Supreme Court, which is pondering the fate of subscription video-on-demand service Aereo, has 17 cases to decide by June 30. Story.

> CBS has wrapped up its portion of upfront ad sales negotiations, securing year-over-year CPM increases of only around 5 percent. Story.

> Comcast has begun testing its 'MyMedia' personal TV app on its X1 set-top boxes. Story

 And finally … Charter Communications has increased the speed of its entry-level broadband package in St. Louis from 30 Mbps to 100 Mbps. Story.

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