Daily Links 7/20/2012: DreamIt Ventures expands to Austin

Exclusive: Comcast Prepping 305 Mbps Tier To Counter Verizon's New Quantum FiOS Offerings (Broadband Reports)

NBCU combines news units, puts Pat Fili-Krushel in charge (paidContent)

Google Keeps Quiet on Plans for Moto (Light Reading Cable)

DreamIt Ventures Heads To Austin (TechCrunch)

Area venture investing falls off a cliff (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Five Below IPO a Home Run for Advent (and LLR Partners) (PE Hub)

How education startup Coursera may profit from free courses (Gigaom)
Not only is UPenn offering courses through Coursera, but this week it was announced that UPenn and Caltech would be equity investors in the online higher ed venture.

Universal Display agrees to $4M Plextronics OLED deal
Developer of organic LED materials and printed electronics specialist agree strategic alliance.

Publicis Posts 2.8% First-Half Growth, and Maurice Levy Is Still Here (Ad Age)
Chaiman blamed a decline in the health-care sector, for which much of Publicis' presence is in the Philly area, for weak growth in North America.

Oracle Expands Project Management Offerings With Skire Acquisition (CRN)

Got the Next Great Idea? (New York Times)