Netflix stock hits all-time high; Univision will now require TVE authentication for World Cup

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Netflix shares closed up 7.4 percent Tuesday to an all-time high of $473.10 after a Goldman Sachs analyst talked up the company's international growth prospects and upgraded the stock. Story

> Goldman Sachs Group, which is advising DirecTV through its proposed $49 billion merger with AT&T, will reap $54 million in fees from the transactions, regulatory filings reveal. Story

> Univision, which has generated its highest TV Everywhere usage yet with its early-round World Cup coverage, will begin requiring pay TV authentication for its TVE services starting Friday. Story

> The Federal Trade Commission has accused T-Mobile of allowing known scammers to bill customers for hundreds of millions of dollars worth of fraudulent text-messaging charges. Story

> Rural-area-focused telephone and broadband provider Frontier Communications has begun offering text messaging plans to landline users. Story

> Mediacom has begun informing its broadband customers that they'll see a significant speed boost across tiers at some point this summer. Story

And finally... Comcast's plan to use subscriber hardware in order to render wide-scale public Wi-Fi results in an added electrical power bill of around ... 23 cents a year for customers. Story

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