Daily Links 3/28/2012: News Corp said to plan nationwide ESPN rival

FiOS-Less Cities Complain About Spectrum Deal
Argue it would foreclose the possibility of video/broadband competition via FiOS in their cities
(Multichannel News)

The technical and legal realities of Comcast’s Xbox cap spat (Gigaom)

News Corp. Said to Plan U.S. Sports Network to Rival ESPN (Bloomberg via Ad Age)
Didn't Fox go halfway down that road several years ago before pulling back?

Comcast Business takes a continuous improvement model to CEM (FierceTelecom)

Blackboard buys Moodlerooms...And no, this isn't an early April Fools (ZDNet Blogs)

Penn expands beyond banks of Schuylkill for new data center (Daily Pennsylvanian)

Baltimore Mobile Ad Network Millennial Media Prices IPO At $13 Per Share (TechCrunch)

Veterans of Cambridge Technology Partners getting the band back together...at Cloud Technology Partners (Boston Globe)
Cambridge Technology Partners was owned by Safeguard Scientifics in the 1990s before going public and later being acquired by Novell.

SuccessFactors Offers Free Version of Jam Software in Hit Against Salesforce.com (PC World)

Kronos pays cash for Branchburg, NJ-based SaaS HR company (Mass High Tech)

Cisco to Buy SPIT Specialist (Light Reading Cable)

What is the difference between a CLEC/ICP and a cloud services provider? (Evolove IP Blog)
A bit slanted, obviously, but interesting nonetheless.