LG develops new IPTV-based TVs for hospitality; httv opens Argentina office

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> LG Electronics USA has introduced the LP870H Pro:Centric Smart IPTV commercial-grade LED TVs to deliver an enhanced, interactive guest-room experience. Press release

> HbbTV supporter httv has opened a new office in Buenos Aires to promote its interactive digital TV infrastructure for satellite, cable, DTT and IPTV/hybrid operators. Story

> Lee's Summit has become the ninth community in the greater Kansas City area sign up for Google Fiber. Story

> Puerto Rican telco Claro is using its fiber broadband network to offer IPTV in 37 towns island-wide. Story

> Russian regional operator Tattelecom subscribers can use a USB flash drive with at least 8 gigs of capacity to connect to a Sagem set-top to record IPTV programming. Story

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> Dish Network said Monday that it is expanding into the hotel entertainment and hospitality sector, launching a product called SMARTbox that can deliver 96 high-definition networks. Article

Telecom News

> Gigabit Squared, an economic development organization focused on bringing IT-enabled infrastructure to communities, has revealed the pricing plans for the Fiber to the Home (FTTH) network services in Seattle it will launch in 2014. Article

And finally … Lithuanian incumbent telco TEO showed the documentary film Viramundo time and date with theaters as part of its IPTV Interactive Gala TV VOD service. Story

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