AT&T U-verse to Decatur, Ala.; Vudu jumps on Boxee Box;

> AT&T takes U-verse to Decatur, Ala., plans to wind down rollouts in 2011
> ZyXEL joins TelcoTV panel looking at home networking solutions for IPTV deployment
> Cablevision caves in Fox fight, agrees to 'unfair' retransmission fees
> Comcast CEO: We can help smooth retrans waters, once we get NBCU deal OK
> 'Daily Show' and 'Colbert' coming back to Hulu?
> Rumor mill: Google TV looking to launch YouTube TV channel
> Vudu jumps on Boxee Box in time for launch
> Kyte rolls out simultaneous live video streaming for iPad, iPhone, web
> Kantar Video launches deep analytics platform for video ads

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