Xfinity On Campus may have arrived at Carnegie Mellon; Netflix's stock falls

More cable news from across the Web:

> Shareholders of Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable will vote on Sept. 21 on the companies' proposed merger. Multichannel News article

> Comcast appears to have launched its Xfinity On Campus service in Carnegie Mellon University. Multichannel News article

> An NBC station in Utah is no longer available on DirecTV's service due to a retransmission battle between the two companies. TVPredictions article

> Netflix's stock fell along with the rest of the media industry. Bloomberg article

> The Telecommunications Workers Union said it inked a new collective agreement with Shaw Cable. Release

> A town in Maine argues Time Warner Cable owes it $353,000. Portland Press Herald article

> Laurens Municipal Power & Communications, located in Northwest Iowa, is using ZCorum's PreEqualization Analyzer tool to look at data from cable modems "to identify upstream impairments in the cable plant before subscriber services are impacted." Release

Telecom News

> C Spire said that the towns of Clinton and Madison, Miss., have met the subscriber threshold to get the company's 1 Gbps FTTH service. Article

Wireless News

> The FCC is laying out its plans to hold next year's incentive auction of 600 MHz broadcast TV spectrum by the end of March, and said it will start by releasing a public notice for broadcasters in "early fall" about how the application process will unfold. Article

And finally… Ralph Lauren introduced a fitness-tracking shirt. Article

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