CenturyLink, Sprint, Level 3 face ROW suit in IL; Verizon to extend online video service to non-FiOS users

Wireline news from across the Web:

> Illinois landowners could be eligible for cash payments from a Proposed Settlement granted by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois that alleges Qwest (now CenturyLink), Sprint and Level 3 installed fiber cable on railroad rights of way but did not get consent from landowners who owned the land. Release

> Peter Sereda has been promoted to senior vice president of finance and treasurer at TDS Telecom. Release

> Brazil's Oi plans to cut the number of its listed shares from seven to two as part of a broader effort to rework its shareholding structure. Article  

> AT&T has added TNT, TBS, and the Cartoon Network television to its TV Everywhere lineup. Release

> Hutchison Global Communications has extended its network presence throughout a number of Southeast Asian countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). Article

> Charter confirmed that it will participate in World IPv6 Day on June 8 and plans to embrace full IPv6 deployment in 2012. Article

And finally ... Verizon plans to extend its Flex View video on demand product to anyone that wants the service. Article

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