Former Fox News host Carlson sues CEO Ailes for sexual harrassment; Following upgrades, Windstream reports speeds of 100 Mbps or more

More cable news from across the web:

> Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes has been sued for sexual harassment by former network on-air personality Gretchen Carlson. CNN story

> Windstream said it's delivering internet speeds of 100 Mbps or more in over 1,000 markets after upgrades. Press release

> Frontier Communications has applied for a TV services license in Middletown, N.Y., where it seeks to compete with Charter/Time Warner Cable. Mid-HudsonNews.com article

> CBS Corp. is planning to spin off its radio broadcasting business. Wall Street Journal story

Telecom News

> Cox Communications has acquired a major stake in Unite Private Networks, a move that will bolster its metro and regional fiber portfolio. Article

Wireless Tech News

> With the FCC set to vote on new rules for higher band spectrum on July 14, AT&T is pushing for multiple licensees in the 28 GHz band. Article

Wireless News

> Following Verizon's expected price hike, some of the mobile carrier's largest competitors quickly took to Twitter to criticize and mock the move. Article

And finally… Comcast finally removed a wayward cable from a Sandy, Utah, woman's backyard after a local TV news consumer watchdog got involved. KUTV-TV story

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