Google Fiber brings symmetrical 25 Mbps service to Kansas City; AT&T hammers FCC Priority Access proposal

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> Multiscreen specialist Quickplay has partnered with network infrastructure vendor Harmonic to deliver a carrier-grade, end-to-end OTT solution. Press release

> Cox Media's programmatic TV unit, Videa, said it has carved out deals recently to get inventory from stations groups Raycom and E.W. Scripps, while working with demand-side platforms TubeMogul, The Trade Desk and VideoAmp. Multichannel News story

> Billing system specialist Vindicia has announced a partnership with OTT solutions provider Xstream. Advanced Television story

> Startup said it has developed a mobile live streaming app for business customers. Multichannel News story

Telecom News

> Google Fiber will begin offering a symmetrical 25 Mbps broadband service option to low income neighborhood residents in Kansas City, Mo., one of its first FTTH markets. Article

> A top Adtran executive confirmed that the provider is currently engaged in over 60 trials with multiple service providers. Article

Wireless Tech News

> AT&T wants to make sure the FCC knows that it is not happy with a proposal for a Priority Access License, or PALs, scheme as outlined in an FCC document on the 3.5 GHz band plan. Article

> A top T-Mobile US executive warned that the rollout of LTE Unlicensed technology could be delayed as regulators continue to debate the policies around commercialization of the technology. Article

Wireless News

> The Senate Intelligence Committee delivered a draft of a long-awaited encryption bill, setting the stage for another high-profile debate pitting national security against consumer privacy. And it comes just as California legislators killed a similar effort. Article

And finally… S&P Market Intelligence estimates that the 12 broadcasters involved in the FCC's Incentive Spectrum Auction could generate between $7 billion and $13 billion in sales. Report

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