US Cable teams with Synacor to offer subs access to online video content; Verizon, Avail-TVN bring 'Nollywood' to U.S.

> US Cable teams with Synacor to offer subscribers expanded access to online video content
> Verizon, Avail-TVN team to bring 'Nollywood' movies to U.S.
> Sling Media Announces Subscription Offering for Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Customers
> 2011 must-have: Opera for connected TVs
> Rovi Launches Cloud-Based Digital Entertainment Web Services
> ES3, Pace develop consumer-focused troubleshooting apps for Mediaroom
> Amino launches companion STB for pay-TV OTT play at CES
> MediaTek debuts 120Hz SoC solutions for 3D TV at CES
> ESPN plans 24-hour 3D channel starting in February
> Dailymotion rolls out on-demand content hubs
> Netflix getting one-click remote button for array of devices
> What's in store for Online Video in 2011?

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