Comcast Q2 earnings jump 16%; Chino Hills, CA considers broadband network

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> Comcast's Q2 earnings rose 16 percent with fewer video subscriber losses and new revenue growth from its NBCUniversal acquisition. Article

> Tellabs' EVP and CFO Tim Wiggins will address the investment community at next week's Morgan Keegan 2011 Technology Conference in New York City, on Aug. 9, at 3:30 p.m. ET. Release    

> Telekom Srbija will leverage Entone's Amulet HD IPTV receiver as part of its national, HD IPTV network deployment. Article

> GTA TeleGuam keeps two native Guam business executives--Peter Gill, founder and owner of KwikSPACE Guam Inc., and Lourdes Leon Guerrero, president, CEO and chairwoman of Bank of Guam--on the GTA TeleGuam board as independent directors. Release

> Metro Network Services, an optical network planning and construction company, has joined Allied Fiber's Dark Fiber Community. Release

> Perseus Telecom has created a new trading connection to Latin America's financial exchange BM&F BOVESPA, via a partnership with GlobeNet. Release

> Telecom New Zealand offers new bundled plan, Total Home Mobile, which incorporates wireline line rental, unlimited wireline voice calls and 20 GB of broadband data. Article

And finally ... The town of Chino Hills, Calif. is considering building its own community-owned broadband network. Article

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