Apple CEO hints at new product categories; Aereo sets Denver launch

Quick news from across the Web.

> Aereo is headed to Denver on Nov. 4 and plans further expansion this year. Story

> Apple CEO Tim Cook teases interest in "new product categories." Story

> AwesomenessTV and NBCUniversal debut "Side Effects," a 42-minute musical on YouTube. Story

> Fullscreen has high hopes for its brand-management platform Channel+. Story

> BroadbandTV is getting into the talent-management game through a deal with Atomic Partners. Press release

> Broadcaster-backed ConnecTV pivots around Vine-like video clips. Story

Cable News

> Comcast will add out-of-home streaming for 35 channels to its Xfinity app. Story

Wireless News

> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and Commissioner Michael O'Rielly have been confirmed by the Senate. Story

And finally... Speaking of the FCC, the agency said it adopted more rules covering closed captions for online video. The rules describe the closed-captioning requirements for video viewed on devices like TiVos, smart-TVs, tablets and smartphones. Read more

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