Juniper Networks ousts CEO Kheradpir over 'conduct'; Pregnant Louisiana woman trips over Cox cable, sues

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> The full FCC has approved a Media Bureau decision to allow third parties to vet programming-deal-related documents as part of the ongoing review of two pay-TV megamergers. Story

> A Louisiana woman who said she tripped on a Cox Communications cable in her mother's backyard while eight months pregnant is suing the cable company. Story

> Starz has announced support for Google Chromecast for Starz Play and Encore Play. Press release

> AT&T has scuttled plans announced over the spring to compete in the in-flight wireless business. Story

> The Civil War-era drama Point of Honor from Carlton Cuse (Lost) and Frank Spotnitz's (The X-Files) adaptation of the Phillip K. Dick story The Man in the High Castle highlight seven new pilots set for release by Amazon Studios in early 2015. Story

> Transit authorities in New York and Los Angeles have banned a bus ad for the new Bravo series Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, which features star Lisa Edelstein flipping up her bare ring finger accompanied by the tagline "Go find yourself." Story

> Peter Chernin-owned YouTube network Fullscreen has acquired comedy and gaming platform Rooster Teeth. Story

> Juniper Networks has replaced CEO Shaygan Kheradpir with former executve VP and GM Rami Rahim after the board of directors found issues with the former's "leadership and conduct." Story

> Showtime has announced renewal of series Homeland and The Affair. Story

And finally … After a decade of building its brand with whimsical, "blue sky" series such as Monk and Royal Pains, the Syfy network has shifted its programming lineup to feature edgier serialized dramas. Story