Daily Links 4/22/2010: FCC Plows Ahead With Broadband Plan Despite Comcast Ruling

Verizon Reports Continued Growth in Cash Flow in 1Q; Solid FiOS, Wireless Growth in Customers and Revenues (PR Newswire)

FiOS TV Tops 3 Million, As Its Growth Slows
Verizon Serves as Many Video Subs as Cablevision
(Multichannel News)

Verizon FiOS: get ready for a public hearing, Baltimore-style (Baltimore Sun: BalTech)

CenturyTel to Buy Qwest in Stock Swap to Add Services (Bloomberg via Business Week)

Google Invites AT&T, Comcast, Verizon To Fiber Party
Whenever they actually get a network built...
(Broadband Reports)

FCC moves to open television set-top box for Internet, competition (Washington Post: Post Tech)

FCC Plows Ahead With Broadband Plan Despite Comcast Ruling (GigaOM)

Hulu pushes forward with $9.95 subscription service
(LA Times: Company Town)

IPv6 gear almost ready for Comcast trials (CED Magazine)

Philly Papers to revise bid for Inquirer publisher
* Toll-led group to enter new bid by Friday deadline

Microsoft to Direct Small Businesses Seeking Unified Communications Solutions With VoIP Integration to Alteva
New Offering Integrates Voice With Exchange, SharePoint and Office Communications Server


Quintiq Lands Contract with US FAA Worth up to $17.6 Million (Business Wire)

Software misuse develops as theme at Perzel hearing (Philadelphia