TWC, Brighthouse get Fox TV Everywhere apps; Struggling Redbox removes kiosks from stores

More cable industry news from across the Web:

> Time Warner Cable and Brighthouse Networks subscribers will soon have access to TV Everywhere apps for Fox channels including Fox Now, FXNow and NatGeoTV. Story.

> AT&T has sued San Francisco to keep its U-verse utility boxes on city sidewalks. Story.

> NBCUniversal and its parent company, Comcast, will conduct their inaugral "Hackathon" event June 21-22 at NBC's 30 Rock studio headquarters, as well as its New Jersey based technology lab. The event is intended to let up-and-coming web and app developers interact with the conglomerate's technology.  Story

> Google has launched its Chromecast OTT device in Japan. Story

Redbox announced Tuesday that it will remove 500 of its DVD and Blu-ray rental kiosks from various grocery and convenience store locations after revenue growth slipped to just 3 percent in 2013. Story.

And finally... Sure, his "Gangnam Style" video peaked in 2012, but Korean one-hit wonder Psy's singular hit has reached an important milestone in the history of YouTube distribution: 2 billion views. Story.

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