Digital Utilities completes TORQ acquisition; MatrixStream launching IPTV in India

More IPTV news from around the World Wide Web.

> Digital Utilities Ventures has finalized its 100 percent acquisition of TORQ Communications and will incorporate TORQ's networks and interconnections into its Vizzage IPTV format. Story

> MatrixStream is taking its Matrixstream IPTV solution to India. Story

> NUVOtv has renewed its carriage agreement with AT&T U-verse as "one of the nation's only English-language television networks dedicated to the modern Latino audience." Story

> Saudi telco STC reported a 190 percent increase in subscriptions for its InVision managed IPTV service. Story

> South Korean service provider LG Uplus ended 2012 with 1.05 million IPTV subs. Story

Online Video News

> Second screen apps start-up Viggle's plans to take over older and bigger second screen player GetGlue for $25 million and some stock has become, well, unglued. Story

Cable News

> DirecTV gained 100,000 net subscriber additions in the fourth quarter, CEO Mike White said at a Citi conference last week. Story

And finally… to prove all the world's IPTV news is not good, the service is taking off slowly in the Ukraine, where only about 150,000 homes are subscribed. Story

 

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