Editor's Corner


Following last week's IPTV blowout at the CES event in Las Vegas, it's no wonder the IPTV news cycle is slow. Any week-long adventure in Vegas warrants some down time, but to steal the show from all those other wimpy consumer electronic companies warrants it doubly so. Get some rest, and let me know what's coming next.

Thanks to the readers who managed to get in touch despite some difficulties with my email address. It's up and running fine now, so be sure to send all inquiries, comments and rants to me at [email protected] - Brian

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