FCC moves to turn down volume on commercials; Pay-TV operators push back on emergency alert messaging plan

More cable industry news from across the Web:

> Pay-TV operators and broadcasters are pushing back against the Federal Communications Commission's new plan for emergency alert messages. Story

> The FCC has appointed Scott Jordan, a University of California, Irvine professor with an extensive background in net neutrality, its new CTO. Story

> Comcast said in a regulatory filing that it expects to have federal approvals for its proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable by early 2015. Story

> Netflix has renewed the Will Arnett-voiced animated series BoJack Horseman for a second 12-episode season. Story

> The FCC is moving forward with plans to change regulations that restrict the volume of TV commercials. Story

> The FCC announced Tuesday it is moving forward with changes to its regulations to further restrict the volume of television commercials under the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation (CALM) Act. Story

> Eileen O'Neill has been promoted from head of Discovery Channel to the newly created position of global group president, Discovery Studios, overseeing all creative talent at the studio and managing all of its in-house production units. Story

And finally... Liberty Global Plc is set to win European Union approval to purchase cable operator Ziggo NV after it agreed to sell its Film 1 premium channel. Story

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