Sorenson Squeeze use growing; TiVo announced new set-top boxes, capabilities

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> Sorenson Media says 60 percent of the companies on the 2011 TVNewsCheck list of the Top 30 broadcast television station groups--including CBS, Fox, NBC Universal, Hearst Television and Meredith Local Media Group--now use Sorenson Squeeze solutions. Release

> SeaChange International (NASDAQ:SEAC) unveiled the SeaChange Express multi-screen cloud video service, providing video operators with a low-risk, fast to market multi-device video offering. With Express, video operators can add PC, tablet or mobile screens. Article

> Edgeware, the technology leader in distributed video delivery, today announced the expansion of its executive team naming Sean Rooney vice president of sales for the Americas. Release

> AT&T is giving Conan O'Brien fans a sneak free-view of the "Conan O'Brien Can't Stop" documentary across screens on U-verse TV, on U-verse Online and on smartphones. Article

> SeaChange International (NASDAQ:SEAC) expanded its range of multi-screen advertising capabilities with the announcement of a joint solution with This Technology, a provider of software solutions for dynamic advertising insertion. Release

> TiVo, in timing with The Cable Show in Chicago this week, is announcing two new set-top boxes with new capabilities, including integration with Multimedia over Coax (MoCA) home network technology. Article

> Panasonic Solutions Co. has selected SeaChange International's (NASDAQ:SEAC) VividLogic tru2way® software stack for its tru2way set-top box for the North American cable market. Release

And finally... Neither rain, nor sleet... but maybe a pair of bald eagles dive-bombing postal customers in Alaska could slow down the mail. Article

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