FLO TV is dead, long Live MobiTV; Comcast Xfinity app is upgraded

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> FLO TV's death at the hands of public disinterest doesn't mean there isn't a place for mobile TV, MobiTV's CEO Charlie Nooney said. Story.

> Comcast has added "many extras" to its Xfinity TV app including those that might be controversial such as streaming video from IFC, Adult Swim, BBC and other channels. Story.

> Here's a story that should interest any operator considering usage-based billing. AT&T has "agreed to work with any customer who believes their data use is being misread." Story.

> Australia's ongoing effort to build a National Broadband Network has received the government's endorsement and has two more years to complete the rollout. Story.

And finally ... Despite the best efforts of Hearst-Argyle TV's ABC affiliate WISN-TV, Time Warner Cable viewers in Racine, Wis. will continue to receive WLS-TV. Story.

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