Bell Media's president steps down; New York City Mayor de Blasio moves forward with broadband plan

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> Bell Media President Kevin Crull steps down from the company over argument with its news division. Release

> Maven, a telemedicine app that caters to the healthcare needs of women, launched out of beta with $2.2 million in seed funding. Article

> New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration has created two high-level positions to help with the city's push to put broadband into the hands of more residents. Article

Cable News
> Flush with about $1 million in its pockets, Boston-based WISP netBlazr is just about ready to offer some serious competition to wireline incumbents Comcast and Verizon. Article

> California regulators continue to take a "hands-off" approach to the fact that Los Angeles Dodgers baseball games are unavailable to 70 percent of fans thanks to a stalemate between Time Warner Cable's SportsNet LA and surrounding cable, telco and satellite providers. Article

Wireless News
> In the past seven months, Verizon Wireless said its customers have placed more than 1 billion VoLTE calls, talking for more than 3 billion minutes. Article

> LG Electronics is seemingly doing all it can to drum up interest in its next flagship smartphone, the G4, ahead of its official debut on April 28: The company is going to allow select customers to test out the phone before it is formally announced. Article

And finally… Security is top of mind for many involved in #HealthIT according to new survey. Article