Windstream ups broadband speeds; When's IPTV economically viable?

> Windstream Communications announces 24 Mbps broadband service in Lexington, Ky., and says it's testing 50 Mbps.

> Goldmedia study suggests that IPTV becomes economically viable at the threshold of 2.5 million broadband customers.

> MediaMall's PlayOn software improves the viability of video game platforms for TV viewing.

> The new Dallas Cowboys stadium is a monument to both "America's team" and IPTV.

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