Connect America Fund under fire; tw telecom to exhibit at LegalTech 2013

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> The FCC's plans for unclaimed Connect America funds are under fire. Article

> tw telecom will exhibit its network solutions at the LegalTech 2013 conference in New York. Release

> Verizon is among one of the honorees in Blueprint Health's third class of healthcare disruptors. Article

> Level 3 will provide network solutions to help Courtagen Life Sciences accelerate the delivery of DNA research data. Release

Cable News
> Time Warner Cable will offer a 75 Mbps speed tier in Dallas for $90 a month. Article

> Walt Disney Co. signed a distribution deal with AT&T to enable U-verse customers to get WatchESPN and mobile video apps it has developed for ABC, Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior. Article

Enterprise Communications News
> AT&T and Polycom will offer a new cloud-based videoconferencing service for business customers. Article

Online Video News
> upLynk, a streaming video management software as a service (SaaS), has debuted a new HD adaptive streaming platform that it says enables streaming broadcast-quality video "to all devices." Article

> Kansas City-based startups are finding utility in Google's new 1 Gbps service. Article

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