C Spire wins FTTH Council Americas award; Former Qwest CEO Nacchio talks about his prison experience

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> C Spire's ultra-high speed 1 Gbps fiber to the home initiative in Mississippi has been selected as the first North American "Gimme Fiber Day" Award winner by the FTTH Council Americas. Release

> Huawei is rotating its CEO every six months as part of its experimental plan where three executives take turns acting as the company's leader. Article

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> Aereo has delayed the launch of its local TV platform in Chicago, which it had originally scheduled for earlier this month. Article

> DirecTV said it had resolved a technical glitch which saw subscribers in several major markets lose access to local broadcast TV channels, including customers in New York, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Alabama, Illinois and Maine. Article

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> Sprint MVNO FreedomPop expanded its offerings to include a smartphone and voice calling and texting services. Article

> Google's Motorola Mobility will soon release a lower-cost variant to its flagship Moto X smartphone, a product that may be called the Moto DVX, according to leaked photos and several blog reports. Article

And finally … Qwest's former CEO Joseph Nacchio, who was recently released from prison, talks to the Wall Street Journal about his experience behind bars. Article

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