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> Yahoo acquired technology from Meedio to enter the digital video recorder (DVR) market. Meedio makes software that turns PCs into DVRs and digital media organizers, then links them with TV sets. Article

> Veoh Networks, an Internet TV broadcasting system, received $12.5 million in round two funding from Time Warner, Michael Eisner, Spark Capital and Shelter Capital. Release

> ITV and emuse launch a "One-Stop-Shop" platform for advertisers to run interactive campaigns simultaneously across satellite, digital terrestrial TV, mobile and online through one supplier. Release

> Digital Rapids will provide media content processing technology to Starwin Media, a U.S.-based satellite and IPTV service for the ethnic media market worldwide. Release

> Shenick addresses QoS through its diversifEye Version 3.0 software, used to test IPTV, triple play and broadband services performance as well as track quality issues within a single system. Release

> Modulus Video's high definition MPEG-4 AVC video encoder, ME6000, has been certified for the Microsoft TV IPTV Edition software platform and also supports Microsoft's TV Picture-in-Picture functionality. Release

> 16,000 science students scale IPTV to discuss global warming. Article

> Growth of online video content may inspire need for new gear. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

And Finally… "They really haven't started to do IPTV. Once the wireline companies start to offer TV over their connections, that's really going to soak up capacity," says TeleGeography Senior Research Analyst Alan Mauldin. Article

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