ThinkAnalytics names Michael Pohl to team; CableLabs licenses Wi-Fi hotspot finder software

Cable industry news from across the web:

> ThinkAnalytics named Michael Pohl strategic director for marketing and business development, Americas and Nancy Pingitore has been named vice president of sales. Release

> CableLabs has licensed Wi-Fi HotSpot finder software from mPortal. Article

Online Video News

> Conde Nast launched a digital video network that it said will showcase original video series based on content from its Glamour and GQ magazine titles.  Article

>  Nielsen's fourth quarter 2012 cross-platform report found that there are more than 5 million zero-TV households in which consumers don't subscribe to a pay TV service and don't watch over-the-air television. Article

> Netflix has deployed a broadband speed test for ISPs by aggregating performance results from 33 million worldwide subscribers into a single location and making the results available to users and ISPs. Article

Telecom News

> TDS Telecom added South Carolina as the 17th state where it offers its managedIP hosted VoIP services--one of its fastest growing business products.  Article

> Telstra Wholesale became the latest service provider to gain the Metro Ethernet Forum's (MEF's) Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0) certification. Article

And finally … For 25 percent of teens between ages 12 and 17, the cell phone is the primary means to access the Internet. Report

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