Living room set viewing still at 85%; Liberty Global expands TV Everywhere to Poland

More cable industry news from across the Web:

> Vubiquity CMO Laurie Lawrence told a Multichannel News roundtable Thursday that 85 percent of TV watching is still done on the primary TV screen. Story

> Liberty Global, the largest pay TV service in Europe, is set to roll out its authenticated Horizon TVC multiscreen video service in Poland. Story

> A UK study shows that middling ratings performers on linear broadcast and cable channels are much more effective audience drivers when they're posted on subscription VOD site Hulu. Story

> Amazon has posted its first original kids series, "Tumble Leaf," on its Prime Instant Video service. Press release

And finally... Amazon is sending a targeted list of customers to try its Fire TV free for one month. Story

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