TDC investors look to reduce ownership stake; AT&T tech saves baby from choking

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@FierceTelecom RT @nytimes: Youths are watching, but less often on TV. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Hurricane Electric pledged its support for the World IPv6 Launch on June 6. Article

> ADTRAN will host the first quarterly meeting of FSAN, a group focused on developing standards-based Passive Optical Networks (PON) services and products. Release

> TDC's main shareholders are thinking about reducing their stake in the telco. Article

> TE Connectivity has introduced a new Video Distribution System (VDS) that enables network managers to deliver high-definition RF and IP video over an existing data cabling infrastructure without the need for coax or RF tuning. Release

> The EU is developing a set of guidelines to force European wireless operators to allow VoIP services such as Skype to run over their networks. Article

> Rhode Island nonprofit groups received $275,000 in community grants in 2011 from the Verizon Foundation. Release

> France's Iliad has been fined €100,000 ($132,600) for throttling the Internet connections of some of its customers. Article

> netTALK now supports local number portability (LNP). Release

And finally ... An AT&T U-verse technician in Lansing, Mich. saved a customer's baby from choking during a routine service call. Article

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