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Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE: TWC), and other major cable operators should abandon their decades-old strategy of only offering video services within their own footprints, and market competitive video products delivered via the Internet nationwide, Boxee CEO Avner Ronen said here at a broadband video event Monday night.
Remember HubSpot? The Cambridge-based startup that has tapped the rising tide of social media by creating Inbound Marketing. We’ve told you about many facets of this company already, but timeout:
Did you know that HubSpot supplies all kinds of free social media tools for non-paying users to take advantage of? I’ll cut to the chase and tell you about the newest one, because it’s a total innovation over their previous releases
Jumptap, a provider of mobile advertising solutions and mobile ad network services, has announced to incorporate a new platform feature that will help the mobile consumers in managing their own profiles for a more personalized brand experience.
U.S. regulators may use their veto power over Comcast Corp.'s planned purchase of NBC Universal to demand concessions that help Web startups, analysts say. The Federal Communications Commission extended its review of the deal this month, in part to assess the effect on online video services. The FCC may bar Comcast, the largest U.S. cable service, from interfering with Web video startups such as Roku Inc. and Boxee Inc. or from denying them NBC shows or films.