ALSO NOTED: FiOS TV expands into NY; U-Verse makes it to Cleveland; and much more...

> Verizon's FiOS TV expands more in New York state as well as Rhode Island. Article

> AT&T's U-Verse service makes its way to Cleveland, Akron area. Article

> Cisco taps Spirent for IPTV testing. Article

And Finally... From the author of Cult of the Amateur, Andrew Keen: User-generated content is "creating an increasingly inane and trivialized culture... One imaginary dystopia is that in 25 or 50 years, there will be no mainstream media. There's nothing inevitable about Hollywood. There's nothing inevitable about the music industry. The replacement for mainstream media is Twitter, it's YouTube, it's Wikipedia … If you read it on the Internet, it likely isn't true." Article

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