UTStarcom still in IPTV game; AT&T U-verse mobile TV gets closed captioning

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> UTStarcom-controlled Chinese network solutions and service provider iTV Media is deploying VOD services in Spain through a partnership with UTStarcom's Mira TV. Story

> AT&T has become the first customer for QuickPlay Media's closed-captioning support of live and on-demand multiscreen video solutions. Story

> TOT, Thailand's state-owned telco, launched IPTV service in partnership with Memorable Entertainment Television (Me TV), offering 74 free-to-air channels, nine of which are in HD. Story

> Czechoslovakia's nangu.TV will provide its IPTV delivery platform for Polish broadband operator E-CHO. Story

Online Video News

> For any number of reasons, multichannel video programming distributor (MVPD) subscribers are not rushing out to watch TV Everywhere, says a study by GfK Media, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. Story

Cable News

> The FCC has recruited former commission chairman Reed Hundt and commissioners Michael Copps, Tyrone Brown and Nicholas Johnson to help it fight Verizon's attempts to block its network neutrality rules. Story

And finally… Romanian telecom provider iNes Group is offering IPTV multiscreen services to its customers in Bucharest. Story

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