Telus sees 98% IPTV sub growth in 2Q; Cablevision has big plans for iPad, Android, iPhone

> Telus sees 98% IPTV sub growth in 2Q

> Windows Media Center gets HD PRV

> AT&T gives Chicago Cubs fans game action options with Multiview

> Cablevision has big plans for iPad, Android, iPhone

> Dish Network offers live TV on iPad, BlackBerry, Android phones

> CDN EdgeCast lands Canadian telco Telus in big client win

> Online video programming draws VC money, sponsor interest

>YuMe adds support for HTML5 video advertising to reach iPad, iPhone, Android users

> IAWTV adds five board members as it works to regain its direction

> Roku, mobile movie-info app Flixster partner for movie trailers at home

> BrightRoll rolls out competing online video ad exchange

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