Net neutrality advocate Tim Wu is running for New York lieutenant governor; ATLANTIC-ACM releases its analysis of the Level 3 – tw telecom deal

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @ twtelecom: Sr. VP Mike Rouleau: Providers must embrace new delivery model as performance-assured Ethernet everywhere. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Columbia Law Professor Tim Wu, who is credited with coming up with the term net neutrality, is running for lieutenant governor of the state of New York. Article

> MRV Communications debuts its OptiPacket Metro service edge platform. Article

> ATLANTIC-ACM released its analysis of the Level 3--tw telecom deal. Release

Cable News
> With the FCC pondering an end to rules that restrict the local TV blackout of sports events that aren't sold out, the National Football League on Monday launched a website aimed at protecting the league's ability to mandate blackouts. Article

> Continuing to serve the finite number of U.S. homes with 4K-capable TV sets and broadband connections, Netflix will expand its Ultra HD program offerings to include all 62 episodes of the popular Sony Pictures Television series Breaking Bad. Article

Wireless News
> CTIA President Meredith Attwell Baker wants to create a spectrum "report card" that would assess how efficiently government agencies are using their spectrum. Article

> SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son told a group of reporters in Tokyo that he is hopeful that there will be more discussion about a possible acquisition of T-Mobile USA by Sprint. Article

And finally… LANshack.com: Infrastructure models are shifting in light of changing technology climate. Article

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