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Today on the Net: Verizon’s CEO says that cable companies should watch out because cord cutting is real, MySpace has tapped Andy Marcus to lead its entertainment division and Dell is evaluating Internet connected devices running Google TV.

Verizon CEO: Cord Cutting is Real, and It’s a Problem; Verizon’s Ivan Seidenberg told the crowd at an investor conference that the next generation of consumers won’t have any interest in paying for a cable bundle. (MediaMemo)

MySpace Taps New Content Chief; the social network has tapped Andy Marcus to take the reins on its efforts in the entertainment business. (The Hollywood Reporter) Related: MySpace Gets Synced with YouTube (WebProNews)

Dell Evaluating Internet TV Devices and Google TV Software; the company is evaluating new devices from set-top box makers that could seamlessly bring Internet content to TVs, said Chris Camilletti, desktop product manager at Dell. (PC World)

Concurrent Buys TellyTopia To Dive Into Internet Video; the VOD vendor acquired TellyTopia to let pay-TV providers incorporate Internet-hosted video into their services, therefore bolstering its multiscreen strategy. (Multichannel News)

Comcast Tees Up TV Everywhere Relaunch; MSO chief financial officer Michael Angelakis said Comcast’s TVE service, dubbed Xfinity Online TV, is set to emerge from beta sometime next month. (Light Reading Cable)

DirecTV Looks At Bundle Opportunities; DirecTV CEO Michael White said the satellite giant is looking hard at offering bundled video and data service, and would even team up with a cable operator if the opportunity presented itself. (Multichannel News)

Univision And The NFL Team Up; Univision and the National Football League announced the launch of http://www.NFL.com/espanol, the new official Spanish-language website of the NFL. (press release)

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