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> Chromecast adds support for 10 new services, including Plex and PostTV. Story

> Disney shopped its Marvel series around before selling it to Netflix. Story

> Aereo is launching in Baltimore Dec. 16. Article

> Time Warner Cable's incoming CEO says he's open to the idea of putting Netflix on its set-top boxes. Story

> Google's rumored Android set-top box now said to carry "Nexus" brand, lack live TV. Story

> Warner Bros.' Warner Archive Instant is now available on the iPad. Story

> E.W. Scripps bought Newsy for $35 million. Story

Cable News

> Verizon is talking to pro sports leagues about offering a streaming video service. Read More

> Aereo is working on Chromecast support. Story 

Telecom News

> Gigabit Squared's plans to build a fiber broadband network in Seattle may be stymied by financing problems. Story

And finally... Vice Media continues to grow. What started as a free glossy magazine in the 1990s has evolved into one of the more interesting online video producers. The company recently bought Carrot Creative, a digital agency that builds apps and websites for brands and media companies. Read more

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