Netflix signs deal to stream CW shows earlier; Charter delists TWC Sterling Pound notes from NYSE

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> Netflix has signed an exclusive deal with the CW to stream the broadcast network's shows starting eight days after their season finales. Hollywood Reporter article

> Charter Communications has announced its intention to voluntarily delist Sterling Pound Notes of Time Warner Cable, LLC, its new subsidiary, from the New York Stock Exchange. Release

Multiscreen app CNNGo is now available for Amazon Fire TV. Release

> VUBIQUITY, a firm that connects content owners and video providers, added two new SVPs to its leadership team today. Donna Thomas will be its new SVP of Studio Sales, while Kristopher J. Brown will bea the new SVP of Digital Sales. Release

Telecom News

> Now that it has completed upgrades on its last mile network across 15 states, Windstream is providing its VDSL2-based 100 Mbps service to customers in over 1,000 markets. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix's apparent truce with Comcast, by which the cable operator will stream the SVOD service on its new X1 set-top boxes, could be a model for Netflix's future, according to a new research note by Jefferies. Article

Installer News

> Comcast developed a proprietary system that measured the performance of installation subcontractors so they could penalize under-performing firms with additional fees. In response, some contractors are hitting back with lawsuits. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone Ireland increased the uplink speeds on its commercial LTE network by 200 percent after deploying an Ericsson carrier aggregation software upgrade. Article

Wireless News

> Verizon is reportedly planning to increase the price of its monthly plans while also upping the amount of data included in them. Article

And finally… LG has announced the rollout of what it calls the "LG Experience," an interactive store display intended to educate consumers on 4K and HDR. Release