TiVo granted 2-year waiver on DNLA set-top standards; Google Fiber forwards copyright infringement notices

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> Frontier CEO Daniel McCarthy said the telco will look for ways to expand the existing fiber-to-the-home FiOS footprint when it completes its purchase of Verizon's wireline properties in three states later this year. Story

> Arianespace said it's ready to launch Ariane 5 next week, which will carry the new DirecTV-15 and SKY México-1 direct-to-home relay satellites into orbit. Press release

> TiVo received a waiver from the FCC and can hold off on deploying set-tops compliant with DLNA home networking standards until June 1, 2017. Story

> Title II supporters Dish Network, Cogent and COMPTEL have asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to deny petitions from cable operators and others to stay the FCC's new ISP regulations. Story

> Dish Network reached a last-minute deal with UFC and presented the UFC 187 pay-per-view event on Saturday. Story

> The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has launched a project to gauge the speed experience consumers have with their broadband service providers. Story

And finally … Google Fiber has become the largest ISP to forward piracy notices from copyright monetization firms to its subscribers. Story

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