WOW finishes Sigma Systems deployment; FCC sets date for adopting IP closed captioning rules

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> WideOpenWest has completed deployment of Sigma Systems' Device Provisioning manager for the MSO's new WOW Ultra TV service. Article

> The FCC announced new rules adopted in the IP Closed Captioning Order issued earlier this year will take effect on April 30. FCC notice

> Sony will start selling Google TV products in Europe this September. Article

> Virgin Media is adding TiVo boxes to new service bundles, and the TiVo Premiere box is now available to more than 70% of Suddenlink's subscriber base. Article

And finally... The new NBC Sports Network could set a cable record with as many as 300 hours of Olympic Games coverage from London this summer. Article

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