Suddenlink expands TiVo rollout in Texas; ERF sells two wireless networks

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> Suddenlink continued its TiVo push in Texas by rolling out its hybrid TV service in Amarillo, Canyon and Tulia. Story.

> Also in Texas, ERF Wireless has sold off two wireless networks to KeyOn Communications for $3 million. Story.

> AllVid shouldn't be giving cable as big a fright as it is, GigaOm's Michael Wolf says. Story.

> The Canadian Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement is working with Arbitron and ComScore to measure three-screen media usage. Story.

> ActiveVideo is taking its interactivity in the cloud idea to Cable Congress in Lucerne, Switzerland. News release.

And finally ... Insight Communications has hired former Comcast Media Center exec Mitch Weintraub and former Sezmi programmer Keely Bostock as vice presidents. Story.

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