TiVo adds Hulu app to Bolt; Comcast users hit by marlware attack

More cable news from across the Web:

> TiVo has added apps for Hulu and the WWE's SVOD channel to its new Bolt DVR set-top. Company announcement

> Online video company FilmOn has hired veteran programming executive David Goldsmith as chief strategy officer and head of corporate development. Multichannel News story

> Mobile download software company Panthera has hired former Martha Stewart Omnimedia and Univision executive Daniel Taitz as COO. Multichannel News story

> Verizon and Cox topped Netflix's November speed rankings of U.S. Internet service providers. Netflix rankings

> The FCC said it has no additional plans to auction more TV spectrum. Broadcasting & Cable story

Telecom News

> TDS Telecom is offering consumers a new option to back up their data with TDS Backup Online service, enabling it to derive new add-on service revenues from its growing broadband customer base. Article

Online Video News

> AOL, which has redoubled its online video strategies alongside the launch of its multiscreen automated ad-buying platform ONE, is more tightly integrating with online video provider Dailymotion in an expansion of the relationship the companies have had since 2012. Article

Installer News

> With top MSOs including Comcast and Time Warner Cable set to deploy the DOCSIS 3.1 standard starting in 2016, the SCTE kicked off Monday what it's calling a three-day "bootcamp" for engineers focused on the CableLabs network technology standard. Article

> The rising price of pay-TV services is still a leading factor in many consumers' decision to cut the cord and go all-OTT, but content availability is increasingly becoming a key part of the decision, a new study by Limelight Networks says. Article

Wireless News

> IBM and Apple said they've published more than 100 iOS apps for business users, meeting a goal they set last year when they announced their joint effort to target enterprise mobility. Article

And finally… Malware security company Malwarebytes says a new Malware campaign is specifically targeting Comcast customers. Blog post