Comcast: We will offer all linear and VoD services over IP next year; NinthDecimal teams with TiVo Research

More cable news from across the Web:

> Suddenlink deployed 1 Gbps services in Abilene, Texas. Release

> Verizon's FiOS service has topped the rankings of Netflix's ISP speed chart. DSLReports article

> TVfreedom.org and Antennas Direct are launching a "Broadcast TV Liberation Tour" that is intended to inform Americans that they can receive free TV via digital antennas. TV Technology article

> NinthDecimal announced a new partnership with TiVo Research as well as its new LCI TV, which the company said is "designed to provide marketers with new conversion metrics to solve the attribution challenge within the TV industry." Release

> Comcast's CTO, Tony Werner, said the company plans to offer all of its linear and VoD services over IP by the first quarter of next year. Light Reading article

> SeaChange is showing off a live TV and video-on-demand system running Google's Android TV. Multichannel News article

> According to Ernst & Young, U.S. cable operators will score 40 percent margins in 2015. The Wrap article

> NBC Sports will offer around a half-dozen original series for digital platforms. Variety article

> Meredith will allow Media General to evaluate Nexstar's acquisition offer. TV Technology article

Telecom News

> Craig Cowden, chief network officer and SVP for enterprise solutions at Bright House Networks, said that a combination of SDN and NFV will initially allow it to automate the service provisioning process for its small business and enterprise customer segments. Article

Wireless Tech News

> After Google blasted the approach Globalstar wants to take with wireless operations on channel 14, Globalstar shot back with a missive warning that if Google gets its way, its position would have severe negative implications for competition in the wireless industry as all spectrum would become "Google-ized," including emerging Wi-Fi First service offerings. Article

> Verizon's LTE and Wi-Fi calling conundrum could set the company behind Wi-Fi calling providers like Google's Project Fi and others. Editor's Corner

Wireless News

> T-Mobile US and Sprint both plan to offer a service that will let customers share their primary phone number with other connected devices just after AT&T Mobility unveiled such a service, which it calls "NumberSync." Article

> AT&T is revamping how it reports the results of its different business units, starting with its report for the third quarter, and is going to split up its wireless results into two different units -- one for the enterprise market and one for consumers. However, it's unclear if the company will still also report total wireless subscriber metrics. Article

And finally… A man was killed in a crash of a stolen Cox Communications truck. Article

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