AT&T U-verse adds beIN SPORT; Verizon FiOS using TMS

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> International sports network beIN SPORT launched on AT&T U-verse TV in both standard definition and high definition. Press release

> Verizon has selected TMS solutions to power its FiOS TV entertainment platform including set top boxes, PCs, tablets and other mobile devices. Press release

> Canal+ is beta testing a dedicated version of an OTT-enabled "Cube" set-top box that lets subscribers directly access Canalsat channels via the Internet  when connected to a DTT antenna. Story

> ADB has a software suite that combines broadcast and broadband delivery with home network content redistribution as part of a multi-screen content delivery network. Story

> Interactive TV middleware provider Beenius has partnered with Incospec Communications on an interactive TV services product for IPTV operators in the Canadian and Caribbean markets. Story

> Serbian cable operator SBB launched the D3i IPTV service aimed at households not connected to its cable network. Story

> Ericsson completed its Microsoft Mediaroom business and TV solution acquisition. Story

> Spanish public broadcaster TVE launched a HbbTV VoD service called Boton Rojo ("red button") to distribute more than 90,000 hours of content from TVE's website and other sources. Story

Cable TV News

> More than one year after the Pac-12 Conference launched a national college sports network, AT&T said Monday that it will offer U-verse TV subscribers Pac-12 Network and two of its regional channels. Article

Telecom News

> CenturyLink is relatively new to the pay TV space with its Prism IPTV offer and it doesn't necessarily think the way things have been done in the past are the way things should be done in the future, a company executive will tell Congress during two House subcommittee hearings on the pay TV marketplace this week. Article

And finally … Deutsche Telekom is collaborating with ActiveVideo on a 'virtual' set-top box that moves applications to the cloud. Story

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