FCC set to end blackout rules Tuesday; Did Psy and Justin Bieber pay for bogus YouTube views?

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> The FCC is poised on Tuesday to remove the NFL's ability to black out games from local TV stations when they're not sold out. Story

> The New York Public Service Commission has delayed a vote on Comcast's proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable from Oct. 2 to Nov. 13. Story

> RGB Networks says it will release an open source version of its TransAct Transcoder product in the first quarter of 2015. Story

> TiVo has released an updated app that lets users of its Roamio DVRs stream live and recorded content to Android devices. Story

> Struggling online video service Redbox Instant hasn't been able to sign up new customers for the last three months because of a lingering credit-card fraud issue. Story

> Japanese telecom giant SoftBank, which has been kicking the tires on DreamWorks Animation, is reportedly also interested in acquiring Legendary Entertainment. Story

> Technicolor laid off just under 50 employees from its Los Angeles-based media services operation. Story

> News Corp. will pay $950 million to acquire real estate classified company Moved, parent to Realtor.com. Story

> Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of 21st Century Fox, took in $29.2 million in compensation for the fiscal year ended June 30. Story

> An investigative report by VocaTV accuses handlers for music artists including Justin Bieber and Psy of buying YouTube views. Story

And finally … AOL used its second annual "Programmatic Upfront" event in New York Monday to announce the launch of a new data management platform. Story

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