Time Warner won't spin off HBO; Maker doubles traffic under Disney

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> ActiveVideo has joined the Reference Design Kit (RDK) community as a licensee and will provide a cloud-based browser for the delivery of HTML5-based interactive TV, content and applications to RDK devices. Press release

> Time Warner Inc. chief executive Jeff Bewkes said his company has no interest in spinning off its most profitable division, HBO. Story

> Comcast senior VP of investor relations Jason Armstrong says the company is still on track to close its acquisition of Time Warner Cable by early 2015. Story

> Two U.S. Senators have written CBS chief executive Les Moonves to ask him why CBS radio stations refused to run ads supporting the since-scuttled Local Choice proposal. Story

> Amazon is letting Prime members try out the new Fire TV streaming and gaming device free for 30 days. Story

> Disney CFO Jay Rasulo said the number of video views for Maker Studios has more than doubled to 9 million a month since the conglomerate bought the YouTube content network in March. Story

And finally…  Broadcom says it will supply the chips that will go into TiVo's next-generation 4K digital video recorders. Story

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