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AT&T U-verse gets thumbs up

AT&T U-verse TV ranks highest in customer satisfaction among residential television customers in all three US regions where it was ranked, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Residential…

IPTV Vol 3 # 1: The UGC Paradox

Philip Hunter asks whether User Generated Content is the future of TV or just another outlet for blogging addicts, and suggests that Fixed/Mobile convergence can offer a few lessons…

IPTV Vol 2 #3: HD over IP

IPTV will have to deliver HD, is it ready? Joe O’Halloran finds out…

Alcatel-Lucent targeted IPTV advertising

Alcatel-Lucent is introducing a new advertising delivery solution for IPTV networks that can enhance the TV ad model by enabling service providers to distribute ads to distinct groups of consumers.…

TiVo on PC

Nero, the German software developer will bring Tivo to the PC with its new Liquid TV package. The software turns a standard PC running Windows or Vista into a full-service…

US broadband video consumption doubles

According to an ABI Research survey of online households in the US, the number of consumers watching video streamed through a browser has doubled over the past year, going from…

‘Red Queen effect’ plagues Europe’s telcos

A report from Screen Digest examines the challenges faced by telcos and their IPTV services in 26 countries across Europe. ‘IPTV Business Models: Profit and Loss in the Telco TV…

Gartner: IPTV up 64%

Worldwide subscriptions to IPTV platforms are on track to reach 19.6 million subscribers in 2008, a 64 percent increase, according to analysts at Gartner.Revenue from worldwide IPTV is forecast to…

Discovery on YouTube

Discovery Communications and YouTube have debuted nine YouTube Channels, featuring a robust collection of clips from Discovery’s family of world-class network brands. Tailoring content to the global YouTube community, Discovery…

Google: give us white space

Google co-founder Larry Page called on the Federal Communications Commission to give companies unlicensed access to television airwaves before the November election. Page also said the multiple rounds of tests…