WoW! Business equips Judson University with fiber-based Ethernet; AARP applauds FCC's NPRM regarding the copper technology transition

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@FierceTelecom RT @ Evan Kirstel: NFL sets a goal to provide better Wi-Fi service in stadiums. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Google launches campaign to chase cable's small business customer base. Article

> Wow! Business is equipping Judson University with fiber-based Ethernet services to enable students, faculty and administrators to access secure and scalable Internet service on the university's main campus in Elgin, Ill. Release (.pdf)

> AARP applauds the FCC for delivering a set of proposed rules to establish strong consumer protections for older households and ensure access to phone service in emergencies and natural disasters. Release

Cable News
> Dish Network and Turner Broadcasting announced an end to a bitter carriage standoff that saw CNN disappear from the satellite operator's program guide for a month, and also threatened to pull TNT and TBS from the service. Article

> Raging against the dying of the light for nearly five months following its devastating setback in the U.S. Supreme Court, streaming service Aereo announced Friday that it will liquidate its assets through Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Article

Online Video News
> With the NFL jumping into online video with its NFL Now app, and regional networks like Pac-12 debuting their own OTT experiences, the idea of watching sports online is transitioning from an optional activity to must-see video. And next year, "broadband sports," as TDG analyst Joel Espelien dubs it, is set to take off in a big way. Article

Wireless News
> The FCC's AWS-3 spectrum auction surged into uncharted territory on Friday, with total provisional winning bids topping $31 billion, $12 billion more than the 700 MHz auction attracted in 2008. Article

> Intel intends to cut the losses in its mobile chipset business next year, but will still likely lose billions of dollars in the mobility market in 2015. Article

And finally… @jasonmoriber: future of electronic recycling less about landfill more about empowering those in need. Article

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