YouTube uploading everything in WebM; U-verse a savior for AT&T wireline business

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> YouTube Tuesday said it's now transcoding all uploaded videos to the website in the WebM format, as well as all other supported formats, including H.264. Article

> Video encoding company Envivio, which last year said it had reached profitability, has filed a $69 million IPO with the SEC. The company said the number, and price, of shares has not yet been determined. Article

> Blockbuster's sale to Dish Network (NASDAQ:DISH) is expected to close this week. What's the satellite TV provider got in mind for the once-dominant business? Article

> The little engine that could, 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

> Southwest Missouri telco Granby Telephone Co. said it's deploying hybrid STB-maker Entone's Amulet IPTV Receivers and Janus Media Hubs for its high-definition IPTV service. Article

> AT&T is looking to its wireless customers to help build its U-verse TV business, offering $270 in savings to wireless subs who sign up for the IPTV service. Article

> A new report from ABI Research says Internet connected devices shipped through 2016 could total more than 3 billion, with a compound annual growth rate expected to hover near 21 percent. Article

> Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) is leveraging its DOCSIS 3.0 technology, making a 105 Mbps high-speed Internet tier available to more than 40 million homes in a handful of major markets. Article

> The good news: A new study finds that consumer awareness of 3D TV finally is beginning to perk up. And the bad? Potential buyers still have too many reasons not to buy it. Article

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