Xfinity On Campus expands to Rider; FCC may soon measure streaming video speeds

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> Mad Men, the show widely credited with putting AMC Networks on the programming map, ended its eight-year run Sunday averaging 3.3 million viewers for its final episode. Story

> Amdocs has launched a new set of applications called High Definition Marketing Analytics that allow service providers to aggregate data from multiple marketing and customer care sources for analysis. Story

> The subscription-based Sesame Street Go streaming service is now available on Roku devices. Story

> Zoom Telephonics has signed a five-year licensing agreement to use the Motorola brand on its cable modem products. Story

> Comcast's Xfinity On Campus streaming multiscreen service is now being integrated into Rider University's two New Jersey campuses. Story

> Bright House Networks has a signed a five-year deal to provide Internet and voice services to St. Luke's Cataract and Laser Institute locations in Tampa Bay, Fla. Story

And finally … The FCC is testing an expansion of its broadband speed measurement that  includes streaming video. Story

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