Level 3 sees Core Network Services spike 11% in Q2; NCTC announces new logo

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Level 3 continued to ride the wave of enterprise growth in its fiscal second quarter as its enterprise Core Network Services (CNS) segment rose 11 percent to $984 million. Story

> The National Cable TV Cooperative (NCTC) used the occasion of the Independent Show in Kansas City, Mo., to introduce its new logo. Story

> Time Warner executives are balking at Fox's offer to give Time Warner shareholders a voice on the board of a combined company. Story

> Sling Media is integrating Chromecast support into its new Slingbox M1 product upgrade. Story

> Public affairs channel C-SPAN is beta-testing a new TV Everywhere product. Story

> The Government Accounting Office says the FCC "lacks the data" necessary to make sure its regulations on shared arrangements by TV stations meet goals for competition and diversity. Story

> AT&T has made San Antonio the next stop for its 1 Gbps fiber-based broadband service. Story

And finally... Al Jazeera America's recent audience ratings have spiked 30 percent amid renewed conflict in Gaza. Story

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