Incognito CEO talks OTT demand; Concurrent posts 7.5% gain in Q4

Cable industry news from across the Web.

> VOD tech vendor Concurrent posts 7.5% gain in Q4 revenue. Release

> Shazam's "Shazam for TV" service is powered by On Entertainment data from TMS.  Release.

> Executives at the NATPE show say that TV Everywhere is finally making headway. Article.

Online Video News

> Amazon Prime customers are able to stream the first season of "Hannibal."  Article.

> Streaming video from the NFL.com and Fox Sports will be blocked inside the stadium during Sunday's Super Bowl. Article.

> Netflix may target France and Germany as its next international market.  Article.

> Stephan Bourque, CEO of Incognito Software talks about the growing demand for OTT video. Hot Seat Interview.

Telecom News

> FairPoint Communications connected 10,400 homes with broadband in Maine in 2013.  Article.

> CenturyLink Technology Solutions (s fanning out its data center footprint into Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona.  Article.

Wireless News

> Sprint is working with network vendor BroadSoft to enable next-generation IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) technology as well as Voice over LTE.  Article.

> Dish Network is likely to capture the1900 MHz H Block spectrum in the current spectrum auction.  Article.

> The CTIA is partnering with two Los Angeles TV stations to launch a pilot project to show that the stations can share the same broadcast spectrum.  Article.

And finally … There's a petition circulating with more than 103,000 names that is calling for the deportation of Canadian-born pop star Justin Bieber. Article.

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