Netflix accounts for 37% of broadband traffic; FiOS, TWC don't plan to carry gun shopping channel

More cable news from across the Web:

> Cox Communications has tapped J.D. Myers II to lead its Virginia cable operations. Multichannel News story

> Netflix now accounts for 37 percent of all U.S. broadband traffic, according to Sandvine. Daily Mail story

> Comcast Business Services said it has deployed its fiber network to two commercial locations in Napa, Calif. Press release

> Walt Disney Company has doubled its stake in Vice Media to $400 million. Hollywood Reporter story

> Cable One has partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant 60,000 trees. Press release

> Nexstar Broadcasting says it has reached an impasse in its bid to acquire Media General. TV News Check story

Telecom News

> Windstream has begun delivering optical wavelength optical services to enterprise customers that are asking demand for dedicated, high bandwidth data center connectivity solutions. Article

Online Video News

> Leading SVOD provider Netflix saw its shares dip slightly this week immediately following an appearance by Ted Sarandos, head of content, at an investor conference in which he said the company has faced some resistance from content owners as it negotiates for global content rights. Article

Installer News

> CenturyLink may provide over the top (OTT) video service as a way to help it reduce ongoing deployment costs while reaching more of its customer base with video services. Article

Wireless News

> Sprint continues to follow T-Mobile's lead in streaming music, expanding its data-free unlimited service from its Virgin prepaid brand to its Boost Mobile prepaid business. Article

And finally… Verizon FiOS and Time Warner Cable have agreed not to carry firearms shopping network GunTV. story