LightSquared transitions in shifting mobile market; Rogers to offer WiFi voice for enterprises

Cable industry news from across the Web:

@FierceCable RT @arstechnica: Silicon Valley Congresswoman: Web seizures trample due process (and break the law). Story | Follow @FierceCable

> America's WiMAX pioneer Clearwire is in turmoil with execs leaving and customers suing, The Register explains. Story.

> The nation's other big nontraditional 4G player, LightSquared, is in the midst of a transition to deal with a shifting advanced mobile market. Story.

> In Canada, Rogers Communications will package WiFi voice services for smartphones for its commercial customers. News release.

> "TV Everywhere is taking over TV," according to Marty Roberts, vice president of Comcast's thePlatform in a video interview. Story.

> Can IP broadcasts be far behind? Easynet has come up with a way for broadcasters to maximize their use of bandwidth-saving IP. News release.

And finally ... iTV expert Michael Malcy has joined Alticast as vice president of business development. News release.

Suggested Articles

For now, it looks like Netflix and everyone else still have space to grow.

Flex, which Comcast recently made free for its subscribers, is a lot like X1 but not centered on Comcast’s linear video product.

Beginning Dec. 10, Comcast will replace Starz and begin offering Epix, a premium network owned by MGM, in some of its Xfinity TV premium packages.