News of Note—ACA, Pai, Warner Bros., NAB and more

News of note

> Speaking at the American Cable Association’s Summit in Washington, D.C., this morning, FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai called the agency’s recently rolled back Title II regime a “galling regulatory onslaught” that was successfully lobbied for Silicon Valley. Multichannel News story 

> According to a Deloitte study, 56% of U.S. consumers still see the cable bundle as the best way to purchase wireline broadband. Re/code story

> Warner Bros. has named Patty Hirsch the new senior vice president and general manager of Warner Bros. Digital Labs and CEO of SVOD DramaFever. FierceVideo story

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> The National Association of Broadcasters is suggesting the FCC keep the 39% national audience reach cap where it is for TV broadcasters, but extend the 50% discount for UHF stations to all TV stations. FierceVideo story

> On the eve of next week’s ONS North America event, The Linux Foundation and the Open Compute Project launched a collaborative effort to drive the development of open source networking based on software and hardware solutions. FierceTelecom story

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