Capturing Alexander Graham Bell's voice; Swisscom enters the TV Everywhere race

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> Alexander Graham Bell's voice has been captured from old recordings. Article

> Frontier Communications has completed its debt tender offers to purchase any and all of its outstanding 6.625% Senior Notes due 2015. Release

> Swisscom is enabling its IPTV customers to watching their programming on various devices such as smartphones, tablets or laptops while traveling outside of the country. Article

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable is building a new Wi-Fi network in Austin, Texas--a move that could enable it to compete with Google Fiber. Article

> Tribune Company named Comcast veteran Dana Zimmer president of distribution and that she'll lead its contract negotiations with cable operators, satellite TV providers and telcos. Article

IPTV News

> The Supreme Court will not review a class action suit against AT&T U-verse because the plaintiffs agreed to arbitration, not legal action. Article

Online Video News

> Provo, Utah's City Council approved a deal that transfers its iProvo fiber optic network to Google Fiber for $1, paving the way for Google's third gigabit Internet community. Article

> Hulu has hired Guggenheim Partners to offer advice on a potential sale of the online video provider, while reportedly considering its own bid. Article

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