Report: DSL providers not delivering advertised speeds; Netflix to launch in Russia

More cable news from across the Web:

> The FCC says many DSL providers are not delivering the broadband speeds they're promising to customers. DSL Reports story

> Netflix plans to launch in Russia later this month, according to Russian newspaper Izvestia. Variety story

> AT&T has agreed to carry Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios TV Networks channels on U-verse and DirecTV. IndieWire story

And finally… Roku has asked the FCC not to classify online video distributors as MVPDs. Story

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