Verizon's Quantum TV comes to SoCal; Sumner Redstone cashes in Viacom and CBS stock

More cable industry news from across the Web:

> Verizon's FiOS Quantum TV, which enables as many as 12 programs to be recorded simultaneously, rolled out Wednesday in Southern California. Story.

> Nearly half of sports fans surveyed by Sporting News Media say they use an Internet-connected device while watching sports on a primary TV. Story.

> Vyve Broadband has signed Alianza's Cloud Voice Platform to power its cable voice services. Story.

> Media mogul Sumner Redstone, 91, has recently liquidated $236 million worth of stock in media conglomerates Viacom and CBS Corp. Story.

> A+E Networks' FYI channel, the rebranded lifestyle-themed network set to replace Bio in July, revealed on Tuesday an initial primetime lineup featuring seven new upscripted series. Story.

And finally...The Wall Street Journal attempts to quantify the revenue generated by one of pay TV's most prolific programming assets of all time, the 1994 prison drama "The Shawshank Redemption." Story.

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