RCN and Grande integrate Hulu; Windstream expands metro fiber to Richmond

More cable news from across the web:

> RCN and Grande have become the latest MSOs to integrate Hulu into their video services. CED Magazine story

> A possible decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals to invalidate the FCC's Open Internet order for wireless broadband operators could destabilize the market for Internet services, NCTA chief Michael Powell said. Multichannel News story

> SCTE has set a June 22 deadline for nominations for its upcoming Cable-Tec Expo Awards. CED Magazine story

Telecom News

> Windstream has expanded its metro fiber network in the Richmond, Virginia area, furthering its strategy to extend services directly into more local data centers and commercial business buildings. Article

Wireless News

> Yet another organization is backing zero-rated data offerings such as T-Mobile's Binge On, saying they benefit consumers and are unlikely to threaten an open internet. But whether they actually violate net neutrality principles -- and whether they're fair to all content providers -- is still unsettled. Article

And finally… Longtime HBO programming executive Michael Lombardo is stepping down. Variety story

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