Nielsen vows to 'dominate' streaming media measurement; HBO on the air in Denmark

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> Audiences won't be able to get away from Nielsen's watchful eye, even if it moves to streaming media, the company's CEO David Calhoun promises. Story

> HBO Nordic launched its service in the Danish market via IPTV provider Telia TV. Story

> Demand for online video drove Akamai Technologies earnings to spike 14 percent, according to fourth quarter earnings. Story

> Dish Chairman Charlie Ergen, who's been less than wildly successful with Blockbuster, thinks competitor Netflix will inevitably "change the paradigm and change the way people watch TV." Story

IPTV News

> The next generation of HDTV--4K, or UltraHD--is beginning to take root in Japan even as the current generation saturates the U.S. market, setting up a potential dilemma for service providers with a huge installed base of set-top boxes that would need to be replaced in order to handle 4K content. Story

Cable News

> Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) stock jumped 8 percent in after-market trading Tuesday after it announced a $16.7 billion deal to acquire the rest of NBCUniversal, and it reported that it picked up 503,000 net high-speed Internet, voice and video subscribers combined in the fourth quarter. Story

And finally… Online advertising helped AOL grow year-over-year revenues for the first time in eight years. Story

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