Fox, Cablevision duke it out; Moody's says cable's struggling as IPTV flourishes

> Fox, Cablevision remain at odds over retransmission fees
> Google sees stock price soar as Q3 earnings set new pace
> Moody's: Cable market share to continue dive as cord-cutters, IPTV alternatives flourish
> AT&T expands U-verse Mobile availability to several Android devices
> AT&T takes U-verse Mobile to BlackBerry Curve 3G
> SeaChange to debut Adrenalin 4th Gen multi-screen video back office
> Netflix launches disc-free streaming on Wii, PS3
> Brightcove names new CFO as company looks to more change
> Vudu drops online rental price to '$2 for 2 nights,' pushing Netflix, iTunes
> Study: Canadian online video consumption could soon surpass TV viewing
> Dolby digital surround sound coming to Netflix instant streaming video
> Sony's Google TV rolled out; is a price cut already planned?
> Sorenson Media names Quanstrom new COO
> thePlatform takes mpx video management system out of beta as TVE ramps up
> Google TV, Apple TV, iPads, a revolution of online video products fueled by Boomer buying power

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