NBC News staffers question Comcast's ability to run network; Xbox One to get OTA capabilities

More cable news from around the Internet:

> In its latest issue, Vanity Fair quotes a number of NBC News staffers who question the ability of Comcast to run a major broadcast network. Story

> Weighing Comcast's franchise agreement with the city, Philadelphia officials are demanding access to a recent customer survey. Story

> Pay-TV multiscreen vendor Synacor has announced a partnership with Outbrain to integrate content-discovery tools into its products. Press release

> DirecTV has been named one of the Environmental Protection Agency's "Partners of the Year" for its energy-efficient products. Story

> Microsoft is getting set to introduce an over-the-air antenna and tuner for Xbox One. Story

And finally … The six-movie Star Wars saga is now available for streaming on transactional platforms like Vudu. Story

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