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March 25, 2014

SCTE Announces New Board Appointment

The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) is looking towards internationalization with the appointment of their latest member to the board of directors in Bill Warga. Warga, vice president, technology and a member of the…

March 24, 2014

CableLabs Brings Perspective to Health Data Interoperability

When we think of interoperability, we think about modems working with routers, Blu-ray players working with TVs, smartphones working with Bluetooth headsets, etc. But what about in the world of healthcare? Turns out,…

March 24, 2014

March Madness: Best Ratings in 23 Years

The upset-riddled 2014 NCAA men’s basketball tournament has proven a boon for CBS and Turner, as Thursday and Friday’s games drew an estimated 8.5 million total viewers, up 5% over last year’s 8.1 million…

March 21, 2014

DSA Asks FCC To Move Quickly on Wireless Spectrum

According to CED Magazine, the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) is urging the FCC to move quickly on opening up more unlicensed spectrum for wireless use. The DSA’s members include tech giants…

March 20, 2014

DLNA CVP-2 Guidelines Enable Multi-screen Delivery Through Set-tops

MSOs will soon be able to deliver multi-screen content through customers’ home set-top boxes, thanks to the new DLNA CVP-2 guidelines published this week. “DLNA’s new CVP-2 guidelines provide the industry with…

March 19, 2014

Startup Boxfish Raises $7M; Offers Video Discovery Tools for Cable Providers

Video discovery apps are nothing new and have risen and fallen seemingly as often as the ocean tides. But Boxfish, a video discovery startup that utilizes information provided in…

March 18, 2014

Google and Viacom Settle YouTube Lawsuit

About seven years ago Viacom brought a copyright lawsuit against Google that looked like it could have major implications on broadcasters’ content being posted to YouTube without their consent. Today, it feels like a…

March 17, 2014

Internet of Things Will Be Bigger Than You Think

Interesting report from Emily Adler at Silicon Alley Insider on just how big the “Internet of Things” (IoT) could become. BI Intelligence estimates there will be over 9 billion (yes, billion)…

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