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Interactive TV News Round-Up (III): Bluestreak Technology, BrightLine, Cisco, Foxconn

--Bluestreak Technology Launches Consulting Practice
--Interactive TV Advertising and Marketing Agency, BrightLine, Receives $30 Million Investment
--Cisco Sells its Juarez, Mexico Set-Top Box Manufacturing Facility to Taiwan's Foxconn

Because the [itvt] editorial team is on the road this week, we are covering stories in this edition of the newsletter in round-up format:

Interactive TV News Round-Up: BBC, SeeSaw, HBO, Hulu, Rovi, Suddenlink, Cogeco, Shaw

--BBC Releases Red-Button Programming Schedule through July 4th
--Criterion Capital Partners Set to Acquire SeeSaw
--HBO Go to Offer Preview of "True Blood" Episode
--Hulu Considering Sale
--Rovi in TotalGuide Deals with Suddenlink, Cogeco
--Shaw Launches Gateway in Edmonton

Here are some other stories we didn't have room for in this issue:

'TV Browser' Creator Espial Shops for New Owner

-- Digital TV Software Firm Exploring 'Strategic Alternatives'

Canadian digital TV software firm Espial may be shopping for new owner, announcing that it is exploring "a range of potential strategic alternatives."

News Round-Up (V)

--RadioactiveGiant Launches Series of Interactive TV Apps for Connected Platforms
--Report: Regulators May Use Veto Power over Comcast-NBCU Merger to Protect Web Video Start-Ups
--Rentrak in VOD Measurement Deals with Eurocinema, Tribeca Enterprises
--Report: Samsung Considering Developing Android-Based "Google TV's"
--SeaChange Sells Stake in Casa Systems

The [itvt] editorial team will be on the road this week and next, so we will be covering most stories in round-up/summary form, and we anticipate that there will be some additional interruptions of our regular news publishing schedule beyond that. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience to our readers.

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