Seattle removes barriers to CenturyLink cable expansion; Alex Gibney Scientology doc to premiere on Vimeo

More cable news from around the Web:

> NFL Films founder Ed Sabol, whose pioneering vision helped popularize pro sports, died at 98. Story

> Netflix has made its service available to broadband users in Cuba. Story

> Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, the latest film from Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney, will debut on-demand on Vimeo in September. Story

> The National Association of Broadcasters has asked the FCC for more time to comment on the agency's proposal to redefine online video distributors as multichannel video program distributors. Story

> Univision has announced promotions for digital executives Kevin Conroy and Isaac Lee. Story

> The city of Seattle has lifted generation-old telecom rules, allowing CenturyLink to deploy TV services where it chooses. Story

And finally  WOW! Business is introducing 110 Mbps service to Augusta, Ga., Charleston, S.C., Knoxville, Tenn., and Panama City, Fla. Story

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