Cord Cutting

News Round-Up (VII): Sezmi, Technicolor, Intel, TiVo, MoCA

--"Cord-Cutting" Company, Sezmi, Raises $17.3 Million
--Technicolor in Set-Top Collaboration with Intel
--TiVo Joins MoCA
Due to the large volume of interactive TV-related news generated over the past few days, we are covering stories in this issue in round-up format. Our regular news coverage will return shortly. Sezmi , a company which has developed a set-top box-based offering that it bills as combining "live television, on-demand movies and television shows, and Web videos in an easily self-installed system that automatically records, recommends and organizes the favorite shows of each individual...

News Round-Up (IV): Hulu Plus, Nielsen on Cord Cutting, Ooyala

--Rumors Swirl about Hulu's Plans for a Premium Programming Service
--Nielsen Claims to Have Busted "the Cord-Cutting Myth"
--Ooyala Launches New Analytics Features
Because the [itvt] editorial team has been on the road the past few weeks, we are covering recent news stories in summary/round-up form. We apologize for any inconvenience to our readers. We will resume our regular format and publishing schedule tomorrow (Tuesday). The Wall Street Journal and All Things Digital are reporting that Hulu is set to launch a paid version of its service, dubbed Hulu Plus, any day now. Meanwhile, Bloomberg is reporting 1)...