NBCU, Comcast buy in to Zeebox to take 'second screen' to prime time
NBCU, Comcast buy in to Zeebox to take 'second screen' to prime time
                                       

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Zeebox finally comes to the US, taking on investment from Comcast and NBCUniversal

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It’s been a long-time coming but second screen specialist Zeebox has finally announced its launch in the US, where it has partnered with a string of top broadcasters: Comcast Cable, NBCUniversal, HBO & Cinemax. The British startup, which counts broadcaster Sky among its investors, is following its existing model in...
Zeebox finally comes to the US, taking on investment from Comcast and NBCUniversal
TV's second screen heats up: Zeebox comes to the U.S. with investment from Comcast

Comcast and NBC Put Money, Marketing into a Social TV App: Zeebox Lands in the US

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There are lots of “social TV” apps out there, and none of them have any real traction. But here comes another one, armed with a significant advantage: A big push from one of TV’s biggest programmers. Zeebox, which has garnered a lot of attention, and some users, in the UK,...
Comcast and NBC Put Money, Marketing into a Social TV App: Zeebox Lands in the US
Zeebox Partners With Comcast, NBC Universal, & HBO To Launch Companion TV App In The US

Genband's Technology Makes It a Winner

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The firm, a four-person start-up in 1999, provides VOIP services to telecom providers like Comcast and Sprint-Nextel....
Genband's Technology Makes It a Winner

Cable, IPTV providers reportedly testing cloud-based HD gaming for launch next year

www.engadget.com
The next generation of consoles from Sony and Microsoft haven't even been announced yet but their best competition may be from your cable TV / internet provider, according to a report from Bloomberg. The only-to-eager-to-talk people familiar with the matter named AT&T U-Verse, Verizon FiOS and Time Warner Cable...
Cable, IPTV providers reportedly testing cloud-based HD gaming for launch next year

FCC chairman: Agency needs to police broadband competition

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FCC chairman Julius Genachowski The U.S. Federal Communications Commission needs to be a "cop on the beat" to ensure mobile and broadband competition across the country, the agency's chairman said Tuesday. The FCC must resist calls for the agency to phase out nearly all regulation of broadband and mobile...
FCC chairman: Agency needs to police broadband competition

Cable companies to take on consoles with cloud gaming

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The major cable companies are looking to take a big step into the gaming sector, according to reports. Sources familiar with the cable companies' plans tell Bloomberg that they will soon be rolling out trials of a cloud-based gaming offering service, taking on game console makers such as Microsoft, Nintendo,...
Cable companies to take on consoles with cloud gaming

Comcast to add jobs at Seattle area call centers

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Cable giant Comcast announced today that it is expanding its call center operations in the Puget Sound area, adding 180 new jobs in Fife, Lynnwood and Everett. About 140 positions will be added in Lynnwood and Everett, while 40 positions will be added in Fife. The company, the largest cable...
Comcast to add jobs at Seattle area call centers
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