TWC subcontractor accused of assaulting customer; Comcast rolls out 2 Gbps in Denver and Houston

More cable news from across the Web:

> A Time Warner Cable subcontractor is accused of shoving a 36-year-old Staten Island, N.Y., woman after her demand to see identification led to an argument. Story

> Latino-targeted independent sports and lifestyle channel PX TV has launched a TV Everywhere app for AT&T U-verse. Press release

> Comcast has started the rollout of its fiber-based symmetrical 2 Gbps residential broadband service, Gigabit Pro, in Houston and Denver. Story

> President Obama said he plans to renominate FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel. Story

> Spotify is extending its service to include short-form videos and has announced content partnerships with Disney, NBCUniversal, Viacom, Turner Networks, Conde Nast Entertainment and Vice News. Story

> SeaChange has joined the Cable And Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (CASBAA). Press release

> ZCorum has partnered with Alianza to create a cloud-based voice over IP (VoIP) service. Story

And finally … Shentel executives Earle MacKenzie and Chris Kyle wrote an op-ed in the Roanoke Times, claiming that the FCC's new "so-called" net neutrality rules are slowing down broadband deployment. Opinion piece

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