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Today on the Net: Google, TiVO and Best Buy have joined forces to lobby the FCC on its AllVid proposal, Verizon FiOS customers are now able to watch authenticated ESPN videos online and the BBC iPlayer now has content from commercial TV counterparts.

Google, TiVo & Best Buy Rally for AllVid; A lobbying group is putting pressure on the FCC to turn its AllVid inquiry into a full-fledged rule-making proceeding. (Light Reading Cable)

Verizon FiOS Launches ESPN Authenticated Online Streaming Fare; FiOS customers will now have access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN’s Buzzer Beater. (Multichannel News)

BBC Finally Turns iPlayer Into A VOD TV Aggregator; Nine months after it first announced it, the BBC has finally started including in BBC iPlayer linked VOD listings for counterpart sites. (paidContent)

PlayOn for Android is Now Available; The media server application requires Android 2.2 is to play back TV shows and movies on the go. (Phandroid)

Cisco’s EOS Platform Gets an Upgrade; The media distribution platform now has support for Adobe’s Open Source Media Player and multiple mobile devices. (Cisco Blog)

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