FCC set to regulate Netflix peering deals; Dish adds the El Rey Network

More cable news from around the Web:

> The FCC will vote in February on whether to regulate interconnection deals signed by companies including Netflix with major ISPs. Story

> NBC Universo, which will officially rebrand from mun2 on Sunday, has signed a deal with DirecTV for HD carriage. Story

> A study conducted by the University of Texas found a correlation between loneliness, isolation and depression with binge TV watching. Story

> Google announced that its Chromecast streaming stick has garnered 1 billion "casting" sessions. Story

> Self-help programmer Imagination TV has signed a deal for a two-hour programming block on Time Warner Cable. Story

> Herring Networks as signed a carriage deal with Texas MSO GVTC Communications for conservative-targeted cable news channel One America News Network. Story

> Dish Network has signed on to carry the El Rey Network. Press release

> Following the departure of CTO Otto Berkes late last year, two more senior technology executives have left HBO. Story

And finally … Univision has re-upped CEO Randy Falco through 2018. Story

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