The El Rey Network moves into Austin; Amazon ramps up tiff with Warner Bros.

More cable industry news from around the Web:

> The El Rey Network, the Latino-focused cable network being launched by filmmaker Robert Rodriguez and former William Morris Endeavor agent John Fogelman, is setting up its headquarters in Austin, Texas. Story.

> Becoming the latest media conglomerate to buy its way into the highly viewed realm of YouTube programming, Viacom has purchased a piece of Defy Media. Story.

> Netflix announced the expansion of its original series programming lineup for kids, ordering "The Magic School Bus." Story.

> Ramping up an ongoing feud with Warner Bros., Amazon has stopped taking orders for "The Lego Movie" and other Warner home entertainment titles. Story

> Controversial celebrity chef Paula Deen announced the launch of her own branded online video network. Story.

 And finally … Former Yahoo entertainment chief Ross Levinsohn has left his post as CEO of Guggenheim Digital Media. Press release.

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