TWC execs sell off stock; AT&T, Verizon content with current broadband guidelines

More cable industry news from around the Web.

> Time Warner Cable CEO Robert Marcus sold 16,000 shares of company stock for $2.4 million. Story. Likewise, EVP Ellen East sold 7,500 shares of company stock, reaping about $1.12 million. Story.

> AT&T and Verizon don't want the FCC to change its definition of broadband from 4 Mbps to 10 Mbps. Story.

> Envivio plans to showcase its video processing, delivery and personalization products at IBC 2014. Press release.

> Belarussian service provider COSMOS TV is deploying Teleste's DOCSIS Access Hub (DAH) to deliver IP based-services to subscribers in Minsk. Press release.

Telecom News

> Verizon Wireless has named Tower Cloud as the backhaul partner for its new 4G LTE small cell deployment in Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park. Full article.

Wireless News

> The battle over phone trade-in programs is heating up. Sprint said it will meet or beat all of its competitors' pricing to ensure customers get the best trade-in values for their phones. The announcement coincides with a similar one from T-Mobile US, which said it will guarantee the best trade-in value on customers' used devices when they upgrade to a new device and then give customers a $50 billing credit on top of that. Full article

And finally … the number of German cable TV households rose slightly to 17.85 million in June, according to cable industry group Anga. Story.

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