ALSO NOTED: FCC has 'legitimate concerns' over cable family plans; Spain's Jazztel selects Orca Interactive; and much more...

> The FCC says there are "legitimate concerns" over the viability of family-friendly programming tiers cable operators have proposed. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

> Abbeynet raises $8.5 million to develop an IP set-top-box and content delivery platform integrated to its Web and mobile VoIP platform. Release

> "There is no intention to regulate IPTV in the Netherlands," says director general for energy and telecommunications Guus Broesterhuizen. Article

> TVHead launches games-on-demand TV network for American cable and IPTV operators. Article

> Spain's Jazztel selects Orca Interactive, a middleware and applications developer for IPTV, as part of a multimillion-euro deal. Release

And Finally… "Just because you put a logo on a fried-rice container doesn't mean you're local," scoffed Cox Fairfax regional manager Gary McCollum at Verizon's local marketing efforts.

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