U-verse, Viacom link up on TV Everywhere; Telefonica (Brazil) taps Cisco for set-tops

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> Viacom and AT&T are linking up on a TV Everywhere play that gives U-verse subs access to more Viacom TV content. Story

> Brazilian mobile telephony operator Vivo will use Cisco IP set-tops when it launches its Vivo TV Fibra service. Story

> Latvian TV service provider Lattelcom reportedly has installed Thomson Video Networks' multiscreen video platform. News release

> UTStarcom Holdings has begun deploying its MeTV IPTV service in Thailand. News release

> Greek IPTV platform OTE TV passed 100,000 subscribers. Story

And finally… IPTV is coming of age. Malaysian police arrested 12 people connected to what is considered to be the "first illegal IPTV syndicate in the country." Story

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