Daily Links 11/13/09: Comcast & GE agree on Board structure

For Comcast Chief, Content Led the Way (New York Times: DealBook)

GE, Comcast agree on NBC Universal JV board: source (Reuters)

Vivendi Gains Control of GVT With Purchase of 58% (Bloomberg)
This would probably indicate that Vivendi is ready to sell its NBC-U stake.

ANALYSIS: Comcast/NBCU May Create More M&A Activity
Wall Street eyes new conglom as potential buyer and seller
(Broadcasting & Cable)

3 Reasons TV’s About to Get a Facelift (VentureBeat via New York Times)

@comcastcares Dishes on His Top Twitter Apps (GigaOM)

Zayo Bandwidth Expands Fiber-to-Tower Service Offerings in Philadelphia
Services Will Support Increasing Bandwidth Requirements of 3g and 4g Technologies
(PR Newswire)
Zayo Expands Fiber to the Tower Effort (Telecom Ramblings)

Judge delays auction for Philly newspapers 1 week (Associated Press via Google News)
McClatchy, Philly Newspapers Battle Over Workers Comp Claims (Wall Street Journal: Bankruptcy Beat)

Global CIO: SAP's Spread Out Payment Plan Is Good But Not Enough
The ERP business has become a buyers' market and is likely to stay this way. SAP could be on the verge of capitalizing on that.
(Information Week: Global CIO)

NetSuite, InsideView Pull Social-Networking Data into Enterprise (eWeek)

Google pays $30M for Gizmo5; Did the search giant just blow up the phone biz? (Daily Finance)

Aria Systems Customers Drive White-hot Subscription Revenue Growth During Economic Downturn (Business Wire)

Environmental Tectonics Corporation, Rep. Patrick Murphy Announce $40 Million Contract to Create Hundreds of Pennsylvania Jobs (PR Newswire)