Summary:

Amidst all the hubbub about Internet-based TV, the cable industry was relatively quiet, though not silent, at this week’s CES. On the DVR front, it looks like Comcast and TiVo have made nice, probably since potential Comcast DVR customers kept calling up asking for “that TiVo […]

Amidst all the hubbub about Internet-based TV, the cable industry was relatively quiet, though not silent, at this week’s CES. On the DVR front, it looks like Comcast and TiVo have made nice, probably since potential Comcast DVR customers kept calling up asking for “that TiVo thing.”

In the TV-to-cell phone arena, Sprint said it would try to help its cable partners bring more of their programming to its MobiTV service, a plan you may have heard about before. Not the splash of Verizon’s rollout, but I bet we hear more about mobile and VOD offerings from the cable guys at their big shindig in Vegas, in early May.

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