Dailymotion opens Silicon Valley office; Deca rolls out new YouTube channels

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> Arris Group, a provider of cable voice, video and data networking equipment, announced the appointment of Turner Broadcasting System vice chairman Andrew Heller to its board of directors. Article

> It may be a little longer until Global BBC iPlayer launches in the U.S, but the app is already extending its reach in Europe and Canada as it now streams on the iPad, iPhone and iTouch. Article

> Verizon looked long and hard at buying video aggregator Hulu, its chairman said. And, said Lowell McAdam, whose company is rumored to be planning a Netflix-like play, it is looking hard at the space. Article

> AT&T and the National Telecommunications Cooperative Assocation, signaled they are suing the FCC over its recent USF reform plan, specifically intercarrier compensation, which are the payments between networks for handing off traffic. Article

> Verizon Communications--while insisting that ads targeted at Cablevision Systems citing FCC broadband testing data were "entirely accurate and truthful"-- said in a court filing Monday it will revise the ads after the MSO filed a false-advertising suit against the telco. Article

> Deca, a digital media company that primarily targets women audiences, has rolled out KinCommunity, one of the 100-odd original content channels YouTube has promised to roll out in the next several months. Article

> French online video sharing site Dailymotion is launching a new global revenue sharing program for publishers and has opened an office in Silicon Valley to help it develop partnerships with content owners and publishers. Article

> Global provider of networking and communications equipment Adtran is buying Nokia Siemens Networks' fixed line and broadband access business unit. Article

> Enterprise adoption of videoconferencing and telepresence continues to gather speed, with the global market seeing a 24.3 percent year-over-year revenue increase in the third quarter to $680.4million. Article

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