TWC rolls out Maxx in San Antonio; Worldwide IPTV subs set to grow 14% in 2015

More cable news from around the Internet:

>  Despite decelerating subscriber growth for AT&T U-Verse and Verizon FiOS in the U.S., the worldwide IPTV market is still projected to grow at around 14 percent in 2015, ABI Research says. Story

> Virtual CCAP technology company Gainspeed has hired Jim Marino as VP of worldwide sales and has also moved into its new Sunnyvale, Calif., headquarters. Corporate blog

> The American Cable Association has added a net neutrality panel to its March 4 Summit event in Washington, D.C. Press release

> A winter snowstorm delayed an FCC meeting Tuesday in Washington, D.C., to discuss the successor to the CableCARD. Story

> Andy Hobson has stepped down as senior executive VP and CFO of Univision. Story

> Time Warner Cable has announced the debut of its TWC Maxx service in San Antonio. Press release

> Amazon Studios has renewed drama Mozart in the Jungle, while ordering five new series, including alternate-history thriller The Man in the High Castle and dark comedy Mad Dogs. Story

> Sony Corp. CEO Kazuo Hirai unveiled a three-year plan to turn around the struggling electronics giant. Story

> British comic John Oliver shot down rumors that he'll replace Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's Daily Show by extending his HBO deal through 2017. Story

And finally … Comcast is taking a page out of the Apple design playbook by stamping "Designed by Comcast in Philadelphia" on its new XR5 remotes. Story

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