Shuken leads Kobe channel; Belgacom offers TV Everywhere

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> Mark Shuken moves from DirecTV to lead Time Warner Cable's new Los Angeles Lakers network. Article

> Belgium's Belgacom launches TV Everywhere services. Article

> York, Penn., customers of Comcast prepare to see their cable TV fees increased next month. Article

> Canada's Cogeco posts a third quarter loss. Article

And finally... The Third Circuit Court has remanded a rule change regarding broadcast/newspaper cross-ownership back to the FCC. Article

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