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News Round-Up:

--Accedo Broadband Develops Interactive TV Game for A&E Television
--ADB in Set-Top Deals with Altibox, ITI Neovision
--Alticast Announces Deployments of its Hybrid Broadcast Broadband Television Solution
--ANT Launches Managed Service Offering for IPTV and Hybrid Environments
--AT&T Launches Broadband Video Web Site
--BBC's Huggers Reveals Plans to Open iPlayer to Third Parties
--Bluestreak's MachBlue Supports "New 3D Flash User Experiences," Is Integrated into Mitsubishi TV's
--Brightcove Expands Partner Program
--Cisco's IPTV Technologies to Be Deployed by Virgin Media
--Clearleap's Platform Deployed by Bresnan
--Concurrent Announces "International Extension" of its "Three-Screen Strategy"
--Dreampark, Ekioh Team for 3D User Interfaces
--Edgeware Announces New Partnerships, New Video Servers, New Customer Win
--Ericsson, Tandberg Showcase VOD Solutions
--eventIS in TV Personalization Deal with Aprico
--GoBackTV, RGB Networks Partner to Improve Bandwidth, Storage Efficiencies for nPVR
--Harmonic Powers Interactive, On-Demand Services for Altibox
--Nagravision Launches Widget Platform for Connected TV's
--Netgem Launches IPTV Set-Top Software, Incorporating Media Center Functionality
--never.no Powers Interactive TV for TV 2
--Opera Partners with Dreampark
--Samsung, Sigma Designs Supporting Microsoft Mediaroom
--Signiant Automates Astral Media's VOD Content Delivery Infrastructure
--SoftAtHome, Orca Interactive, Viaccess Team on End-to-End TV Solution with 3D Interface
--STMicroelectronics Unveils HbbTV Demonstrator Platform
--Trusted Opinion Unveils Social Networking TV Product for IPTV Middleware Providers

Because of the large volume of news generated by the ongoing IBC show in Amsterdam, and because the [itvt] editorial team is currently traveling in the UK, we are covering a number of this issue's news stories in round-up/summary form. We anticipate some additional interruption of our regular news publishing schedule in the coming days, so we apologize in advance for any inconvenience to our readers. Here is the round-up:

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