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Content posted in July 2008
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More Than VOD Window Dressing
The Bauminator  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
Aiming for earlier access to HD movies, cable throws in with the MPAA
TiVo, Meet Captain Obvious
Contentinople  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
TiVo shows that demographically targeted ads are more effective, unsurprisingly
Apple Says MobileMe's Email Bugs Fixed
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
The company said the service's email issues have been repaired, but some subscribers are still reporting problems
Dish to Serve Up 1080p
The Bauminator  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
Satco revs up plans for the Rolls Royce of hi-def formats...
Euro Telcos Ramp Up IPTV Subs
News Analysis  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
Europe's IPTV subscriber base is continuing to grow, but as FT, Telefónica, and BT unveil their financials, the news is not all good
S&P Gets Negative on AlcaLu
EuroBlog  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
S&P analysts don't like what they see at Alcatel-Lucent
Handsets Hinder as Moto Posts Small Profit
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
Moto's share price is up on an unexpected $4M profit but there's still no turnaround in sight for the handset business
4G's Inside Story
LR Mobile Column  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
Embedded technologies will play a far larger role in the upcoming era of ubiquitous broadband mobile connectivity than they have in WiFi and 3G
Cablevision Begins Wideband Assault
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
MSO is rolling out Docsis 3.0 services and a massive WiFi canopy
The Church of Exxon
Monkey Bidness  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
Jesus is in that pipeline
Finding Cable's Commercial Voice
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
Cable operators across North America are now plunging headlong into the commercial phone market
Mark Cuban
LRTV Interviews  | 
7/31/2008  |  Post a comment
The great American squint-off is here, pitting Mark Cuban against TechWeb's Fritz Nelson. In this interview, HDNet founder Cuban elaborates on his thought that the public Internet is not the next great distribution platform for high-def video. Cuban's also bullish on telco TV, noting that competition with cable pushes them to innovate more and to take care of their customers.
U-verse Wishlist
The Philter  | 
7/31/2008  |  15 comments
Five ways to improve U-verse
Genband Unloads BayPackets
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Genband says it has divested itself of BayPackets, the IMS specialist it acquired two years ago
India Telcos See Q1 Drop
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
India's Spice Telecom and Tata Communications report drop in earnings, while Unitech seeks partner for its new operator
Web Starts to Supercede TV
Contentinople  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Gannett takes a dive into Web 2.0 with an investment in video platform Mogulus
Taking IPTV Out of the Silo
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
To succeed in IPTV, telcos have to learn to see video as just one component in a package of multimedia, interactive services
Butter Fatheads
Monkey Bidness  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Hail to the cheese?
Despite Buyout, Bell Canada Cuts 2,500 Managers
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
The company said the loss of positions will result in annual savings of about $300M when combined with other reductions carried out earlier in the year
HD No Longer an 'Advanced' Service?
The Bauminator  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
So says an MSO that's urging the FCC to extend 'waivers' to future DTAs that will support hi-def
Comcast Rings the Telcos' Bell
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Advanced service subscriber growth slowed in Q2, but much of what Comcast gained came right off the hide of telcos
Siemens Seeks Damages From NSN Vice Chairman
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Siemens is claiming damages from 11 former executives, including the current vice chairman of Nokia Siemens Networks
Wanted: Femto-Aware Devices
Wireless Bits  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Handsets need to know about their femtocells
Did Qualcomm Really Win?
LR Mobile Column  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Let's Hear It for Business Services
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Work-related applications are where the money is, and that's where the telcos will aim their next-generation services
North Korea's Miracle 3G
Wireless Bits  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
The WCDMA network no one built
LTE Focus Puts Pressure on Femtocells
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  1 comment
Industry emphasis on LTE developments threatens to delay the completion of femtocell standards by the end of this year
Former AT&T Exec Tabbed to Run Vonage
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
Marc Lefar, former chief marketing officer at Cingular, has been named the new CEO of Vonage
Apple's iPhone Privacy Headache
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  2 comments
As third-party iPhone apps allow developers to access handset contact lists, what can Apple do to ensure its users' privacy?
Embarq Cuts Its Way to Growth
News Analysis  | 
7/30/2008  |  Post a comment
The economy is digging into revenues, but thanks to reductions in capex, Embarq enjoyed a 17% jump in profits
Signs of Stability at AlcaLu?
News Analysis  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
AlcaLu's Q2 results, overshadowed by resignations and wireless woes, show some progress in cost control and margins
Harmonic Sinks on Soft Guidance
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Investors send stock down almost 19% after video tech specialist issues conservative guidance for the second half of 2008
Entropic Plunges on Broadcom Fears
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/29/2008  |  1 comment
A pending PON chipset from Broadcom could give Entropic its first tough competition
Swarmcast Brags
Contentinople  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Swarmcast says its average stream time is over an hour
CMC, Moto Adapt to One-Way DTAs
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Upgrades from Comcast Media Center and Motorola will enable smaller MSOs to reclaim analog using digital terminal adapters
AlcaLu Looks to China
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
7/29/2008  |  2 comments
AlcaLu's wireless business is reeling from the decline in CDMA spending, but the vendor is optimistic about 3G in China and WCDMA generally
Cuil: Not Cool
Craig's A-List  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
First impression: Fail
Who Will Replace Russo?
EuroBlog  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Farewell Pat, but hello whom?
Et Tu, AT&T?
The Bauminator  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
AT&T says it prohibits mobile P2P apps. Comcast is about to get wrist-slapped for throttling P2P. Smell the irony
Senator Indicted
Monkey Bidness  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Is being an old idiot a crime?
Comcast's Frank Response
BroadBananas  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
MSO trolling cyberspace for customer complaints
BT Leapfrogs to Web 2.0 With Ribbit
News Analysis  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
As expected, BT beefs up its Telco 2.0 strategy with the acquisition of voice services software platform Ribbit
AlcaLu's Q2 Dragged Down by CDMA
News Analysis  | 
7/29/2008  |  Post a comment
Alcatel-Lucent reports its sixth straight quarterly loss, hit hard by worsening conditions in the CDMA market
Russo, Tchuruk Out at Alcatel-Lucent
News Analysis  | 
7/29/2008  |  12 comments
Russo announces resignation as AlcaLu CEO, and she is joined by chairman Serge 'The Merge' Tchuruk
4G or Not 4G?
Jonestown  | 
7/28/2008  |  Post a comment
And is that the question?
BBT Update
The Bauminator  | 
7/28/2008  |  Post a comment
Live system demos and newly signed set-top and headend partners, but clash with the CEA persists...
FCC's Martin Is Ready to Pounce
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
7/28/2008  |  97 comments
Like a kitten taking on a helpless ball of yarn, the FCC boss has reportedly secured enough votes to do absolutely nothing to Comcast
Reliance Globalcom Beefs Up Its Metro
News Analysis  | 
7/28/2008  |  2 comments
Reliance Globalcom will use Juniper's MX-series routers and M120 edge routers to increase metro capacity tenfold
Zain Grows Ahead of Saudi Entry
News Analysis  | 
7/28/2008  |  Post a comment
Q2 looks up for the Middle Eastern and African operator as it prepares to expand its reach into Saudi Arabia
Users Call the Shots
Contentinople  | 
7/28/2008  |  Post a comment
Some of the news that's fit to blog, on Contentinople
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