Joost's CEO moves to Inform Technologies; TWC eyes 1 Gbps service in LA

More cable news from across the Web:

> Supergravity Pictures will distribute four films through Vimeo during the next year under a new agreement between the two companies. Variety article

> Hulu officially ditched the "plus" in its service. Variety article

> Joost's former CEO Matt Zelesko has joined Inform Technologies as the company's new CTO. Techcrunch article

> AMC is heading to the UK through an exclusive agreement with BT. Deadline article

> Cogent said it won't file any net neutrality complaints for the time being. Broadcasting & Cable article

> Hawaiian Telcom said Scott Barber will be its new CEO as former chief executive Eric Yeaman leaves the company. FierceTelecom article

> AT&T's 1 Gbps U-verse service is now available in parts of Charlotte, N.C. CED article

> Verizon doesn't have any plans to sell the Huffington Post or buy Dish Network. FierceWireless article

> Time Warner Cable said it is "well positioned" to offer 1 Gbps service across Los Angeles. Multichannel News article

> Startup Philo, which offers a multiscreen video platform targeted at college campuses, raised $10 million in venture funding as it pursues "new market opportunities." Multichannel News article

Mobile Developer News

> Rather than handle all the data and server hosting themselves, game developers are turning to a growing number of firms like PlayFab and GameSpark for help with offering high-powered mobile games. Feature

> What really matters about Apple's iOS 9 announcement is how developers take the raw materials of an operating system and create value on top of it. Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> According to HIS, the carrier Ethernet market dropped 2% in 2014. Article

> With the FCC's new net neutrality rules now in effect, the regulator has named Parul Desai to serve as the Open Internet ombudsperson, the public's primary point of contact for questions and complaints related to the new rules. Article

Wireless News

> T-Mobile US will likely lead the industry again in the second quarter in handset subscriber additions, while Verizon Wireless could see improvement in its subscriber figures thanks to recent promotions, according to analysts at investment bank Jefferies. Article

> AT&T said T-Mobile's 600 MHz spectrum reserve strategy is more about protecting its urban markets and not about expanding rural coverage. Article

And finally… LastPass, which offers a service that stores users' passwords, said hackers broke into its system and stole users' passwords. Article