Time Warner veers from CMAP; Donovan climbs aboard Canoe

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> Time Warner Cable has veered from the beaten path by venturing away from the Comcast-supported Converged Multiservice Access Platform (CMAP) effort, according to Light Reading Cable. Story.

> Donovan Data Systems is working with Canoe Ventures to change its software to accommodate interactive advertising. Story.

> It pays to be a broadcaster. Fisher Communications reported "the highest quarterly revenue during the past 10 years." Story.

> CBS is going interactive with the purchase of Clicker (the so-called TV Guide of the Internet) and the hiring of Jim Lanzone as president of CBS Interactive. Story.

> Not sure how they'll pull this off, since many lack running water and electricity, but Native American reservations in Arizona are soon to get cutting edge Internet access. Story.

> The FCC has given its blessing to a WiFi-enabled Cisco-built IPTV set-top for AT&T U-Verse. Story.

And finally ... An eclectic group of telecommunications and trade associations have complained to the White House that the FCC isn't doing enough to cut federal rules. Story.

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