NTT establishes PoP in Barcelona; AT&T may make joint bid with Chernin on Hulu

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> Worldwide carrier Wi-Fi deployments will reach 6.3 million in 2013, says ABI Research's Khin Sandi Lynn. Release

> NTT Communications established a new point of presence (PoP) in Barcelona, Spain for its Tier 1 Global IP network. Release

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable plans to launch its TWC TV app on connected TVs from Samsung this summer. Article

> ESPN plans to shut down ESPN 3D, the industry's first 3D network, by the end of the year. Article

IPTV News

> Cord-cutting, according to research and consulting firm Boon Dog Professional Services, is a threat that Canada's cable, satellite and telephone companies have to address. Article

Online Video News

> AT&T may join with the Chernin Group on a bid for Hulu. Article

And finally … Obama's ConnectEd initiative to get more Internet connections into schools is admirable, but the goals need to be accomplished in less than five years. Article

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