Top MSOs sign on for free NBA League Pass trial; Amazon Studios set to produce full-length movies

More cable news from around the Web:

> Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Cablevision, Verizon and Bright House Networks are offering a free preview of NBA League Pass this week. Story

> New York state officials have proposed a $1 billion plan to improve the state's broadband infrastructure. Story

> Walt Disney Co. chairman and CEO Bob Iger received a 35.5 percent increase in compensation in 2014, to $46.5 million. Story

> Amazon Studios says it will begin producing full-length movies for digital distribution. Story

> Marriott is testing a program that lets guests access Netflix, Hulu and Pandora through room AV systems. Story

> Google may invest in a SpaceX program that would deliver Internet service via satellite. Story

And finally ... Share prices for Redbox parent company Outerwall declined 11 percent after Scott Di Valerio stepped down as CEO and resigned from the board. Story

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