Former TWC CTO LaJoie joins Envivio board; Wheeler says new net neutrality rules were his idea, not Obama's

More cable news from around the Internet:

> Former Time Warner Cable chief technology officer Mike LaJoie has been appointed to the board of directors for multiscreen video company Envivio. Story

> FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says the FCC's just-codified net neutrality rules were not the result of a mandate from President Obama. Story

> A strong fourth quarter for broadcast station group operator Nexstar was driven by a 64.6 percent rise in retransmission revenue. Story

> Intellectual property owner Saban Brands has pulled off YouTube a 14-minute Power Rangers tribute video, starring James Van der Beek and Katee Sackhoff, that had received more than 12 million views. The tribute video's makers are vowing to fight Saban in court. Story

> Soccer-fan-targeted streaming service fuboTV has added beIN Sports. Story

And finally … Police are investigating as vandalism a CenturyLink outage that left Northern Arizona residents without broadband. Story

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