Supreme Court won't rule on tax case against cable TV; Comcast reportedly considering adding YouTube to X1

More cable news from across the Web:

> The U.S. Supreme Court said it will not rule on satellite TV providers' argument that they are taxed differently than cable TV companies. Reuters article

> Three channels that were blacked out on AT&T's DirecTV service will return to the satellite TV platform. TVPredictions article

> CEO Brian Roberts sold more than 100,000 shares of Comcast. Insider Trading article

> Cable channel NuvoTV, backed by Jennifer Lopez, is reportedly for sale. Bloomberg article

> Liberty Global inked a carriage deal with A + E Networks. Variety article

> According to the WSJ, operators accounting for around 70 percent of the pay-TV market have reported their third-party results, and have shown a loss of only 67,000 subscribers. WSJ article

> According to a new report, Comcast may be considering adding Google's YouTube to its X1 platform. Multichannel News article

> The nation's most popular TV program among younger viewers, The Walking Dead, was renewed for a seventh season by AMC. EW article

> Comcast's NBCUniversal is building apps for Apple's new TV device. Release

Telecom News

> AT&T is now offering its 1 Gbps service U-Verse with GigaPower in Jacksonville, Fla., as part of a broader effort to wire the state with its FTTH services. Article

> Highlands Fiber Network (HFN), an FTTH network provider serving Issaquah Highlands, Wash., has taken a page out of Google Fiber's playbook by lowering the price of its 1 Gbps service from $200 to $70 a month. Article

Wireless Tech News

> The Small Cell Forum will provide an update on the state of the industry when it meets in Dallas this week, illustrating how the industry is maturing in the residential and SOHO arenas -- with more than 11 million cells deployed and live in that sector. Article

> Nokia Networks is partnering with wireless startup Artemis Networks to jointly test Artemis' pCell technology with wireless carriers inside and outside of the United States in 2016. Artemis also plans on selling wholesale LTE data capacity. Article

European Wireless News

> The worldwide tablet market recorded lower shipments for the fourth straight quarter with 48.7 million units shipped in the third quarter of 2015, according to preliminary data from IDC. Article

> Telenor CEO Sigve Brekke revealed that the operator is preparing to hire external lawyers in a bid to lay to rest the specter of the company's investment in VimpelCom. Article

Wireless News

> More details, including layoffs and fewer perks, are part of Sprint's plans to cut $2.5 billion from its budget. Article

> T-Mobile is supportive of Apple's new iPhone leasing program. Article

And finally… Florida representative Rene "Coach P" Plasencia said he approves of the Charter/TWC/Bright House merger. FCC filing

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