Daily Links 4/16/2013: Broadcasters ask for new hearing on Aereo; Microsoft takes aim at Amazon Web Services

Public's views to be sought on Philly's Comcast cable pact (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Comcast says the free ride is over for basic cable — encryption is coming (VentureBeat)

Why Aereo Is/Isn’t a Big Deal (Zatz Not Funny!)

Broadcasters Ask for New Hearing in Aereo (Variety)

Microsoft Takes Aim at Amazon With a New Cloud Service
(New York Times: Bits)

Lots of new functionality/little elapsed time: Workday and Adaptive Planning updates (Brian Sommer/ZDNet)

Internet Ad Revenues Again Hit Record-Breaking Double-Digit Annual Growth, Reaching Nearly $37 Billion, a 15% Increase over 2011’s Landmark Numbers (PYMNTS.com)

How Wireless Carriers Monetize Your Movements (Mashable)

University City Science Center Accepting Nominations for Inaugural Innovators Walk of Fame (Business Wire)

Hackathon sponsors make rules developer friendly (Philadelphia Business Journal)

AGI Awarded IEEE Philadelphia Section Corporate Technology Innovation Award
The Company's Software Analyzes the Effects of Wind Farms on Radar Systems

Efficient IP, SAS (Paris) announces Efficient IP, Americas
Efficient IP, Inc. (EIP Americas) will focus on sales and services throughout the Americas.
(PR Newswire)