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> 61% of Netflix users stream video
> Ascent Media supports growth strategy with three executive appointments
> Can Blockbuster laugh its way past bankruptcy?
> Clearleap' TV technology integrated with Verizon's FiOS
> Verizon takes loss in 2Q; FiOS TV sees modest growth
> AT&T sees first ever $1B revenue quarter for U-verse as IPTV drives telco's consumer business
> Harmonics powers HD, nVOD rollout in Maldives for CableNET
> Alcatel-Lucent rolls out compact-IPTV solution targeted at Tier 2, Tier 3 telcos
> Envivio lands $15 million in new funding
> U.K. STB-maker Amino sees revenue, sales gains in H1
> AT&T's Stephenson delivers on promise to bring U-verse to Chattanooga
> Calix reports 50% boost in revenues in first post-IPO earnings report

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