Verizon gets OK to expand FiOS in New York; Virgin Media launches new VOD service;

> Virgin Media launches new video-on-demand service
> Life left in DSL? Bell Labs gets 300 Mbps out of copper
> Netflix adds 1.7M subs to hit 14M; 55% says they're streaming video
> Verizon approved to offer FiOS TV service in for more New York communities
> Report: Subscription Hulu online video service rolls out, finally, in May
> Report: Millennials, men most likely to watch online video in lieu of TV
> BitTorrent CEO: The Internet has no regulator that can stand up to throttling
> Report: Online video success forces strategic shift in cable, IPTV industry
> FCC official: Cable should embrace OTT... or lose its dominance
> Turner, CBSSports team up to streaming March Madness on Demand
> Level 3 lands ABC News deal
> SARFT crackdown on IPTV providers is counter-productive - insiders
> International partners for IPTV solutions
> EchoStar Corporation Announces Conference Call for First Quarter 2010

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