Envivio launches cloud-based multiscreen service; Cox testing on-campus IP video service

More cable industry news from across the Web:

> Suddenlink is now offering its subscribers to the WatchESPN multiscreen app. Story

> Cox Communications is testing an IP video service delivered over campus networks at Tulane University in New Orleans and Creighton University in Nebraska. Story

> Altitude Sports & Entertainment, regional sports network home to the NBA's Denver Nuggets and NHL's Colorado Avalanche, has signed a 10-year carriage extension with Comcast. Story

> Conservative media personality Glenn Beck says the proposed merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable should be rejected because both operators refuse to carry his channel, TheBlaze. Story

> Former FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has been appointed to President Obama's advisory board for intelligence. Story

> CenturyLink has opened its second data center in the Toronto area and its fourth overall in Canada. Story

> The IPO for Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has been delayed one week to mid-September. Story

> Mediacom Communications chairman and CEO Rocco Commisso is started a scholarship fund at his alma mater, Mount St. Michael Academy in the Bronx. Press release

And finally... Envivio has launched a new cloud-based video platform designed for multiscreen video. Press release

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