News of Note—ARRIS, ATX, Diffusion Group and MTV

News of note
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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> ARRIS announced two new customers: Foxtel (Australia) and SK Broadband (Korea). Release

> ATX has introduced the UCrypt PassPort, a QAM-to-IP media gateway designed to help MSOs address video encryption licensing and interoperability issues. Release

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> The Diffusion Group found that 35% of Roku users do not subscribe to a legacy pay TV service, notably greater than the 27% of adult broadband users in general. Release

> MTV has tapped former LEGO executive Lars Silberbauer as Senior Vice President for Viacom’s MTV Digital Studios. Release

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