Goodell says NFL will reach 'Sunday Ticket' deal with DirecTV; Murdoch may sell Euro assets to fund new Time Warner bid

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he expects the league's deal with DirecTV for NFL Sunday Ticket to be renewed. Story

> Rupert Murdoch may be looking to sell 21st Century Fox's Italian and German pay TV assets to make another run at Time Warner Inc. Story

> U.K. pay TV giant Virgin Media has extended its multiscreen app to Amazon's Kindle Fire devices. Story

> Netflix has established a 1 Tbps capacity at the Paris Internet exchange ahead of its launch in France. Tweet

> Yahoo has made a deal with the Weinstein Co. to debut the musical One Chance on Yahoo Screen for 10 days before the movie hits theaters in the fall. Story

> TDS Telecom is bringing its 1 Gbps service to another New Hampshire town, New London. Story

And finally... Netflix is developing a private viewing mode so that other members of a subscriber's account can't see some of the questionable fare they may be watching. Story

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