Sony delays Q3 earnings report in hacking aftermath; Cox promotes Roberts to SVP of field services

More cable news from around the Web:

> Sony Corp. has postponed its Feb. 4 Q3 earnings report, following an attack that caused "large-scale network and IT system damage." Story

> Cox Communications has promoted Janice Roberts to senior VP of field services. Story

> The Wall Street Journal has published a detailed report on the challenges being faced by Comcast's powerful lobbying machine in Washington, D.C. Story

> Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.), chairman of the House Communications Subcommittee, will speak at the American Cable Association's annual summit in Washington on March 4. Story

> New York state regulators won't render a decision on the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger until March. Story

And finally ... Airheads, Apocalypse Now and numerous James Bond films headline a list of movies moving off Netflix's SVOD service in February. Story

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