Tvinci, Accedo partner on EpicTV OTT play; AT&T U-verse techs back at work in Napa

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> Tvinci and Accedo are partnering on a project with Finnish telecommunications company Elisa to roll out a pan-European adventure sports streaming service. Article

> Monday was apparently business as usual at the AT&T yard in Napa, after some employees were barred from work for several days last week when they reported for duty wearing union-themed stickers. Article

> NimbleTV, a startup promising to sling pay-TV content to users anywhere across the Internet, has hired media and cable industry executive Lou Borrelli Jr. as its chief marketing officer. Article

And finally... Talk about an unplayable lie... a Florida man playing golf was bitten and dragged by an alligator. Article

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