Rogers sees success On Demand; Comcast won't kill Hulu

> Canada's Rogers Communications sees 46,000 subscribers register for its TV Everywhere-style service On Demand Online.

> Comcast pledges not to kill off Hulu after NBC Universal deal is completed.

> Seven telcos in Western Illinois Video group choose Conklin-Intracom's IPTV solution.

> Project Canvas will have an Apple-like apps store.

> Multichannel News takes a closer look at potential 3-D TV adoption.

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