Senate pushes back Comcast hearing; LIME using Amino IPTV set-tops

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> The Senate Judiciary rescheduled its hearing on the Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal from April 2 to April 9. Story

> In a sweet deal, Caribbean operator LIME plans to use Amino IPTV set-tops. Story

> Streaming solutions provider VITEC is planning a live demonstration of its TurboVideo2 technology for zero delay delivery of HD H.264 IP video at NAB. Press release

> Malaysian pay-TV operator Astro selected S3 Group to help it scale and accelerate the development of a digital TV platform. Press release

> A channel mix-up during Charter's shift to digital only service caused pornography to show up on a basic channel. Story

> Comcast Xfinity Watchathon Week, bringing together top programs from the biggest networks for free on-demand, will begin Monday and conclude April 6. Story

> Google Fiber announced new sign-up deadlines in the final four "fiberhoods" of its initial build-out in Provo, Utah. Story

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> Participants in the net neutrality debate may be looking at the wrong part of the network when it comes to delivering over-the-top video. Column

Telecom News

> Verizon may have no immediate plans to enter new markets with FiOS, but in existing markets like California and Massachusetts, the service provider extended the service to a total of 2.4 million homes and businesses in 2013. Article

And finally … Hathway Cable & Datacom is adding 151 additional SD channels and four new HD channels to its existing cable TV distribution network in Bengaluru and Mysore, India. Story

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