Chinese video site Tudou plans IPO 'fairly soon'; YouTube jumps into round-the-clock video streaming of live programming;

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> LUS places trust in Mariner's solution for Service Assurance monitoring on their fiber TV Service
> Mirada Enhances the Consumer TV Experience with new IPTV portal
> Nordija fokusOn Middleware Platform Integrates GoBackTV Mosaic Generator
> Entone unveils eco-friendly hybrid over-the-top receiver
> Smithville Digital Standardizes on Mariner xVu Solution for TV Service Excellence
> Chinese video site Tudou plans IPO 'fairly soon'
> YouTube jumps into round-the-clock video streaming of live programming with two-day test run
> Elemental streaming 1080p 3D at IBC
> Telestream closes deal to acquire Anystream
> Ooyala raises $22 million for international push
> Encoding.com launches one-step video presets for smartphones
> Netflix signs deal to stream first-run films with Nu Image/Millennium Films
> Google TV: Patience, deep pockets, and a place in the living room
> Google TV to include smartphone control, app store, voice actions
> Sony brings Crackle.com to Canada

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