TBS launches lifestyle brand; Cox distributes Jayhawk programming

Quick news from across the Web.

> Cox Communications in Kansas will distribute Jayhawk IMG Television Network programming. Article

> Turner Broadcasting Systems is launching its first lifestyle brand--Upwave--which will focus on nutrition and fitness and will be targeted to health-conscious Americans. Article

> Researchers at UC Davis found telemedicine consults significantly improved outcomes for patients treated in rural pediatric emergency departments that lack pediatric specialists. Article

> Univision upgraded its fleet of 2,000 corporate smartphones to the BlackBerry Q10. Plus the programmer is offering new BlackBerry 10 apps on the BlackBerry World storefront. Release

> An affiliate of Wasserstein & Co. has agreed to acquire Globecomm for $14.15 per share in cash. Release

Telecom News

> David Zwick, Inteliquent's CFO, is the latest in a string of executives to leave the troubled wholesale voice tandem provider. Article

Wireless News

> According to the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, one in 10 Americans lacks high-speed broadband at home but owns a smartphone. Article

> AT&T is flaunting its role as a neutral-host DAS provider. Commentary

And finally … Business is booming for the "Duck Dynasty" family thanks to their merchandising sales. Article

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