Amazon sales up, income slips; Tech trio teams for TV Everywhere play

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> Leading online retailer Amazon submitted its third quarter 2011 sales and earnings figures on Tuesday, revealing a big jump in sales--especially in its Kindle product line--but an overall decline in income. Article

> Reacting to growing viewer demand, Tier 2 and Tier 3 MVPDs are rolling out new TV Everywhere plays, giving subscribers access to their channel lineups online and on mobile devices like the iPad and iPhone as well as on Android devices. Article

> Content deliver network EdgeCast Networks announced it had been recognized by Streaming Media magazine for its technology leadership and by Deloitte for its significant revenue growth over the past three years. Release

> Research shows service providers increasingly are looking to TV Everywhere solutions to meet the rising subscriber demand for TV Everywhere (see related article), and a trio of tech companies--itaas, Verimatrix and RGB Networks--today announced they're partnering to offer a complete multiscreen service option. Article

> Canadian telco Telus has chosen Mariner's xVu monitoring solution to help it assure the quality of Optik TV, its IPTV offering, to its more than 400,000 subscribers to the service. Article

And finally...  Puppy rescued after a trip on top of a train. Article

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