Overture named fastest growing N.C.-based company; Verizon labeled hypocritical for net neutrality comments

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> Overture was named fastest growing private company in Triangle Business Journal's 2012 Fast 50 Awards. Release

> The China Aerospace & Technology Corporation (CASC) signed a contract with China Telecom to provide communication satellite in-orbit delivery for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Article

Cable News

> DyleTV now offers a $99 antenna that allows users to watch local TV channels on Apple's iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch devices. Article

> Comcast plans to debut its Xfinity X1 video service in the Philadelphia market soon. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Avaya's newly expanded agreement with GENBAND will give large enterprise customers a foundation to deploy advanced unified communications (UC) features. Article

> A new Forrester Research survey revealed only 4 percent of IT leaders plan to migrate to Microsoft's Windows 8 in 2013. Article

Online Video News

> Amazon decided to stop offering its $7.99 monthly Amazon Prime Video subscription program, which had been a clear challenger to Netflix and Hulu. Article

> Scripps Network Interactive and Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) have launched separate initiatives to make their content enjoyable in a newly emerging multiscreen environment. Article

And finally… Verizon labeled hypocritical for saying net neutrality is like censorship. Article

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