Netflix shooting 'House of Cards' in 6K; revenue up 4.6% for Euro cable operators

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> Comcast will pay the city of St. Paul, Minn., 5 percent of its gross annual revenue in the region, plus a public access fee of 2.5 percent – payments totally about $3.5 million annually – as part of the MSO's 10-year franchise agreement with the city. Story

> Top-line revenue from European cable operators increased 4.6 percent in 2014, to $22.7 billion, according to Cable Europe, which cites HIS data. Story

> Season 3 of the Netflix series House of Cards was shot in 6K using Red cameras. Story

> About 40 employees were laid off at Paramount Pictures Wednesday as part of a broad restructuring occurring at Viacom. Story

> Vubiquity has struck a deal to provide content-related services to Deutsche Telekom's VideoRise multiscreen delivery solution. Story

> Content-security company Irdeto has named Doug Lowther CEO. Story

And finally …  A Nebraska woman has been arrested for threatening to blow up a Time Warner Cable service center after a technician missed her scheduled appointment. Story

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