Brazil's Oi sets eyes on 2012 IPTV launch; Nimble TV looks over the top

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> During Oi Investor Day, the president of the Brazilian telecommunications operator, Francisco Valim, announced that one of the major bets for 2012 will be an IPTV service. Article

> A startup called NimbleTV is testing in New York City a video streaming and network DVR service that aims to help pay-TV operators extend video subscription packages to just about any broadband-connected device. Article

> Another cable dispute has left an estimated 500,000 Orange County, Calif., households in the Los Angeles Angels' market caught in the middle and without some of their Angels' baseball games. Fans who are AT&T U-verse/Dish Network customers tuned in to Fox Sports West on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday expecting to watch the first three games of the series against Oakland and instead found an apology. Article

> A Texas agency has joined with AT&T Inc. to help match qualified military veterans to more than 600 technical jobs. Article

> Verizon's FiOS service has partnered with Hellmann's to launch a video-on-demand channel created by marketing firm Brightline that features the company. The spots, while pitching the company's products, suggest viewers tune to Ch. 322 for more information. Pressing those numbers on the remote takes you to a video-on-demand channel devoted to Hellmann's. Article

> France 24 said it now reaches 245 million TV households, gaining 10 million households since the end of 2011. Article

And finally... For the second time in three months, a diner has collapsed while eating a burger at Vegas' Heart Attack Grill, where the motto is "Taste worth dying for." Article

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