Verizon rolls upgraded guide in Maryland, Virginia, D.C.; Universal supplies remote to Roku

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> Verizon launched the upgraded version of its Interactive Media Guide to subscribers in Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. News release

> Liberty Global's UPC Broadband agreed to deploy Verivue's video-on-demand streaming technology on its cable systems in Europe. News release

> Universal Electronics said it is supplying remote controls to Roku for its over-the-top video set-tops. News release

> Streaming Media West booked Comcast Interactive Media SVP and GM Matt Strauss to give a keynote address at its Nov. 9 conference. News release

And finally ... Hotel pay-per-view distributor LodgeNet reported $106.8 million in third-quarter revenue, down $7 million from the same period last year. News release

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