Neustar wraps up UltraViolet digital locker; Roku updates on the way

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> Neustar Media this week turned over the final version of the digital rights management system developed for the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem consortium, paving the way for a consumer launch of the group's UltraViolet cross-platform video service later this year. Article

> Despite studies that show 3D TV struggles for acceptance in the U.S. market, broadcaster CBS says it may bring 3D versions of several of its shows to a 24-hour pay-TV network. Article

> Virgin Media and Spotify partner as part of a new deal, allowing Virgin to be the sole provider of Spotify across multiple services, bundled across broadband or TV packages. Article

> European online video streaming service Zattoo is offering live streaming of 40 channels to iPads and iPhones without a subscription. The company inserts ads when users change channels. Zattoo Article

> It hasn't even been a year since Roku last updated its line of streaming media players, but it has a trio of new devices sauntering through the FCC bearing the model numbers 3000X, 3050X, and 3100X. Article

And finally... A woman wearing a purse on her head tried to rob a North Carolina store. She left empty handed. Article

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