Hulu gets exclusive SVOD rights to 'Empire'; NYC official wants $10-a-month broadband from Comcast

More cable news from around the Internet:

> Hulu has acquired exclusive SVOD rights to this season's breakout broadcast TV hit, 20th Century Fox TV Distribution's Empire. Story

> Out of the 20 industries covered by the fifth annual Temkin Experience Rating, a poll of consumer attitudes, TV and broadband service providers ranked lowest, led by Comcast. Story

> Atlantic Broadband is providing broadband and other tech support to the Miami Beach 100 Festival on March 26. Story

> A New York City official wants Comcast to provide 10 Mbps Internet service for $10 a month as a condition of merger approval. Story

> Shares for Envivio were up 32 percent after the multiscreen company reported a narrowing Q4 loss of $1.6 million on revenue of $12.7 million. Story

> Revenue from streaming music operations Pandora and Spotify eclipsed sales of compact discs in 2014, according to the RIAA. Story

And finally … Windstream's new CEO Tony Thomas has revealed that former CEO Jeff Gardner's resignation from the company in December was due to the company's financial and operational performance. Story

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