FBI says it caught cybercrime fugitive John Gordon Baden; Bell Media establishes distribution deals with telcos for its streaming service

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> FBI said it has caught cybercrime fugitive John Gordon Baden. Article

> Bell Media has reached distribution deals with TELUS, Bell Canada and Bell Aliant to deliver its new video streaming service, code-named "Project Latte." Release

> Deutsche Telekom (DT) reported net revenue of $19.6 billion, up 0.8 percent from the same period a year ago. Article

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> The FCC has denied a request made by top media conglomerates to restrict access for 245 individuals to see deal-related documents as part of ongoing pay-TV merger reviews.  Article

> Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen confirmed that the newly launched CBS All Access is a major factor in his company's ongoing retrans renewal talks with the network. Article

Wireless News
> Ericsson's top executives painted a picture of the world in 2020 in which there will be 9 billion people on the planet, 9.1 billion mobile subscriptions and video traffic will dominate, accounting for at least 50 percent of all traffic on the network. Article

> Merchant Customer Exchange CEO Dekkers Davidson said that the exclusive arrangement that bars MCX merchants from using Apple Pay will expire in "months, not years." Article

And finally… @Alcatel_Lucent:  Customer experience management (CEM) has become the new battleground for achieving competitive advantage. Article

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