YouTube's newest original content channels deploy; AT&T pushing deeper into video conferencing

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> The first of an anticipated 90 original-content YouTube channels started streaming over the weekend. Article

> AT&T is pushing deeper into videoconferencing as the market starts to explode. Article

> Imagine Communications announced plans to demonstrate--for the first time--live, real-time cloud and CDN transcoding at SCTE. Release

> Netflix is facing unique challenges in Latin America. Article

> Dish Network is considering a virtual pay-TV service that would be delivered to consumers over the Internet and could be paired with over-the-air channels as well, avoiding the increasingly pricey carriage fees that are causing an uproar in the pay-TV industry. Article

> The deployment of super-fast broadband services in the U.K. under the Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) scheme is on track to deliver faster than 24Mbps connections to two-thirds of premises in the country by its 2015 deadline. But an Alcatel-Lucent exec said vectoring broadband technology (VDSL) could take copper-based broadband speeds up to more than 100Mbps. Article

And finally... Men who hit the dance floor may be revealing more than their ability to cut a rug, according to a new study, which finds women judge men with conscientious and agreeable personalities as better dancers. Article

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