FCC's Wheeler to investigate peering deals; Univision in sale talks with CBS and Time Warner Inc.

More cable industry news from around the Web:

> FCC chairman Tom Wheeler said Friday that he's instructed his staff to look at the peering agreements carved out between Netflix and ISPs Version and Comcast, as well as other similar deals. Story.

> Univision's investors, including billionaire Haim Saban, are discussing sale of the network with CBS and Time Warner, Inc. Story.

> Time Inc. has created a Roku channel for food portal MyRecipes. Story

> Google has reached a deal with World Cup broadcast rights holder ESPN to feature tournament video clips and links to live matches in its search engine. Story

> Ad spending on digital video in the U.S. is expected to jump nearly 42 percent to about $6 billion in 2014, according to eMarketer. Story.

> Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Bob Iger is reportedly choosing between Walt Disney Parks and Resorts chairman Tom Staggs and Walt Disney Company senior executive VP and CFO Tom Rasulo, to be his replacement. Story

 And finally … WOW! has sold its SD systems in two South Dakota cities to Clarity for $262 million. Story.

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