ALSO NOTED: Eagle to invest more in IPTV; Microsoft: Chicken-and-egg scenario; and much more...

> MTNL's IPTV service to launch next month with 30 channels and 30 free-to-air channels. Article

> Eagle Broadband to use $900,000 from recent sale of equipment assets to push IPTV service business plan. Blurb

> USA Today has a long-winded overview of AT&T's U-Verse service with a few interesting quotes: "The whole thing is very chicken-and-eggish," Christine Heckart, a Microsoft GM says. "We are developing 80% of the code, but it doesn't work unless it all works." Article

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