Consolidated deploys CloverLeaf apps; Demand for online content driving up prices

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> CloverLeaf Digital has scored a win for its AppDaily TV apps solution, which soon will be deployed on existing customer Consolidated Communication's IPTV service. Article

> While traditional telcos have been making progress in fighting back landline voice loss with the introduction of new IPTV services, cable appears to be taking the lead. Article

> DreamWorks is exploring an expansion into the Chinese film market with a Shanghai-based development and production venture, according to a person familiar with the matter. Article

> Video advertising agency SpotXchange is making its entire inventory available through its real-time bidding API. Article

> Discovery Communications has signed a new two-year deal with Netflix that will bring some of the programmer's most popular content online. Article

> Content remains king, and kings get paid pretty well. With increasing demand from Internet companies like Google, Apple and Netflix, content companies should be able to demand a premium for their content, Terry Semel, the former chairman of Warner Brothers and CEO of Yahoo, said during a Monday panel discussion on Hollywood's future. Article

> Facebook is in the market for an executive to take the lead in making deals with Hollywood and the music industry. Article

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