One World Sports signs deal with Verizon; Charter launches TV Japan

More cable industry news from around the Web:

> One World Sports signed a multiyear, multiplatform agreement with Verizon to provide more than 2,500 hours annually of exclusive world-class sporting events available to FiOS TV subscribers on their TVs, computers, laptops, tablets and mobile handsets. Press release

> Charter Communications launched TV Japan and TV as a premium network on systems in eight states as a $14.99 a month premium network Story

> BlackArrow announced the availability of its latest audience and data management platform for the television industry. Press release

> S3 Group expanded its North American operations with the opening of a Philadelphia office in Philadelphia. Press release

> Mexican cable TV provider Megacable has deployed an integrated headend solution from Harmonic. Press release

> FourthWall Media's MassiveData division will use the newly released Reveal 3 television viewership reporting technology to track usage data from millions of set-top boxes in 96 markets across the country. Press release

Online Video News

> Joss Whedon released a new film, "In Your Eyes," on Vimeo this week at the same time that it premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Full article

Wireless News

> The CTIA said that Meredith Attwell Baker, a current Comcast executive and former Republican commissioner at the FCC, will replace Steve Largent as president and CEO of the wireless trade group, effective June 2. Baker will become the first woman to be president of CTIA. Full article

And finally … Swiss telco Swisscom will use software from another Swiss company, iWedia, to drive its Android IPTV set-top-box. Story