Moonves says CBS All Access could get the NFL; Comcast and Liberty Global contract with Metrological

More cable news from across the Web:

> CBS Corp. chief executive Les Moonves says the company's CBS All Access subscription streaming service could eventually obtain NFL programming. Multichannel News article

> Metrological said Comcast and Liberty Global will use its new, open-source browser enhancements to improve their ability to support enhanced Internet Protocol (IP) browser-based services and applications for set-tops. Release

> Multiscreen monetization specialist Verimatrix is paying $3.5 million to acquire multiscreen analytics company Concurrent Computer Corp. Release

> SeaChange announced that it will power a new "all-you-can-eat" mobile video service being launched by ROK Mobile. Release

> Wave Broadband has announced the purchase of connectivity, colocation and data transport specialist Layer42 Networks. Release

> Incognito Software Systems has introduced a new data assurance tool for broadband operators. Release

Telecom News

> John Stratton, EVP and president of operations for Verizon, said that the U.S. market has different dynamics that aren't amenable to making a quad-play work. Article

Wireless News

> The cable industry's new DOCSIS 3.1 network standard, developed largely by CableLabs, uses the OFDM technology initially pioneered by companies in the wireless industry. Article

And finally… The Weather Channel said it's canceling Sam Champion's morning newscast and replacing its reality series with more weather news coverage. It's also laying off staff. CNN article

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