Jeb Bush to kill net neutrality; Comcast techs to use bikes during Pope's visit

More cable news from across the Web:

> Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios Networks is arguing Comcast and Time Warner Cable offer more challenging terms for African American-owned channels. Hollywood Reporter article

> GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush said he would repeal the FCC's net neutrality rules if he becomes president. Washington Post article

> Cablevision's bonds fell amid concern that creditors will be swamped in debt under Altice's proposed purchase of the MSO. Bloomberg article

> Comcast is sending technicians out on bicycles during the Pope's visit. Philadelphia Business Journal article

Telecom News

> CenturyLink is tuning into the growing mobile nature of its business customers with its Business Communicator app, allowing customers to connect their VoIP users to their unified communications (UC) services from computers and devices. Article

Online Video News

> Fixed-line content distributors such as Comcast and new mobile-first distributors like Verizon's go90 service all have the potential to be hugely popular OTT services, but only if they can figure out how to turn a profit on the data traffic around that service, a new report from Macquarie Research reveals. Article

> YipTV CEO Michael Tribolet talked about the OTT provider's latest moves, its benefit to immigrant communities in the U.S. looking for a taste of home, and his take on the FCC's consideration of virtual MVPDs. Hot Seat

Installer News

> Windstream may have come to the IPTV game later than its ILEC compatriots AT&T and CenturyLink, but the advent of lower cost home network gear is helping them make a business case for the service. Article

> Google Fiber would like to get ahead of potential issues with its "Google Fiber Academy," a new training center designed to improve Google Fiber installation and support by Google Fiber employees and third-party vendors. Article

European Wireless News

> Sunrise, the Swiss-based fixed and mobile operator that competes with market leader Swisscom, said it will reduce its headcount by up to 175 people as part of "ongoing efficiency measures" to cut costs and improve its focus on customers. Article

Wireless News

> Sprint MVNO FreedomPop is offering iPhone 6s and 6s Plus customers who activate their phones on the company's service 5 GB of additional free data to burn through, as well as a plan that offers unlimited voice, texting and 1 GB of data for $18 per month, with the first month free. Article

> Verizon's Go90 video service will rise or fall on its content lineup -- and almost nothing else matters. Editor's Corner

And finally… Cable One donated 50 laptops to a local school. Article

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