Mediacom gets security cameras; Canada gets digital TV transition advice

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Mediacom enlists a video surveillance firm to help protect its data centers and other properties in 22 states. Article

> A new website launches to assist Canadian consumers with planned Sept. 1 digital TV transition. Article

> Comcast's NBCUniversal renews and expands its streaming deal with Netflix. Article

> Cox Media elevates Mike Ziegler as David Porter leaves to join Microsoft. Article

And finally... News Corp. is facing plenty of scrutiny in both the UK and U.S. following its phone-hacking debacle, but it's unlikely any of its U.S. broadcasting licenses will be revoked, Bloomberg says. Article

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