Encoding.com lands $2 million in VC; Netflix losing money in Canada

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> New research forecasts 20.1 percent compounded average annual growth for IPTV homes in the U.S., as well as an increase of 7.8 million digital cable TV subscribers in the U.S. through 2015. Article

> Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) today said it lost money in its Canadian movie streaming operation during the first quarter, but said losses were "in line" with its earlier guidance. Article

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> Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) FiOS TV service added 192,000 subscribers in the first quarter, accelerating a trend that has pushed the telco's video offering to more than 3.7 million users. Article

> U-verse continued to support AT&T's (NYSE:T) wireline unit in the first quarter, seeing 218,000 new subscribers for the U-verse TV service. Article