CenturyLink seen as likely Sprint suitor; 3D TV market seen growing 500 percent

Cable industry news from across the Web:

> Analysts are positing that cable competitor CenturyLink could acquire cable-friendly Sprint if the government lets AT&T take over T-Mobile. Story

> You probably have to apply a grain of salt to In-Stat research finding that the fledgling 3D TV market will grow 500 percent in 2011. News release

> Japan's largest telecommunications provider, Jupiter Telecommunications, said it added 162,000 subscribers in the last year, including 130,000 more for cable TV. News release

> DirecTV will use Amdocs' technology to support services provides that bundle its video services into their offerings. News release

> Videotron said it will introduce a new interactive multiplatform games portfolio using technology developed by Zodiac Interactive. News release

And finally ... BlackArrow has received financing and a new board member--Joan Gillman--from Time Warner Cable. News release

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