Consolidated sets Q4 release date; Emcali plans rollout of IPTV service in Colombia

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> Consolidated Communications will release its fourth quarter and full year 2011 financial results before the market opens on March 1, 2012. Release

> Agama Technologies said GO, Malta's telecommunications provider, has selected a complete Agama DTV Monitoring Solution for its IPTV ecosystem. Release

> Network Instruments announced its Observer performance management platform now provides in-depth tracking and analysis of IPTV video applications. Release

> Colombian operator Emcali plans to launch its IPTV service in a month and a half. The offer will initially include 90 SD channels and 6 HD channels. Article

> AT&T is once again playing into the blended service wireline/wireless experience with the release of its U-verse for iPad App, which enables users to connect their iPad to the TV in their living room. Article

> Frontier Communications may have recently championed its support for FiOS, but unions believe its move to cut 31 service technician positions in Fort Wayne, Ind. will do more harm than good. Article

And finally... It's official: The white MacBook is now really, truly dead. Article

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