Q2 IPTV gear spending suffered; AT&T agrees to pay TV fees

> Upon further review, the second quarter of this year was a tough one for IPTV and switched digital video gear spending.

> AT&T admits it should have to pay some pay-TV-related federal regulatory fees.

> CLEC Cbeyond reports 24.6 percent revenue jump in the third quarter.

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