Daily Links 11/8/2012: NBC & American Express team up on "second-screen" t-commerce

NBC Universal and American Express Try to Bring Dawn of 'Television Commerce'
Using 'Second-Screen' Devices to Make Impulse Buys Is Still in Infancy
(Ad Age)

DirecTV CEO: "Regional Sports Networks' Structure Is Broken" (Videonuze)

I've Always Thought Cable Companies Would Be Fine When TV Collapsed, But They May Actually Be Screwed... (Henry Blodget/Silicon Alley Insider)
Not too convinced by this argument. Wireless has a long way to go to catch up with cable internet's (Docsis) potential, and incremental wireless capacity is still very expensive.

Verizon's Shammo: We'll finish LTE buildout by mid-2013 (FierceWireless)

Tennis, Bloomberg Defend FCC Carriage Decision (Multichannel News)

Startup Weekend Reveals Lehigh Valley's True Colors (Keystone Edge)

Oracle buys Instantis, yet another “cloud” company
Complements Oracle Primavera, which has much of its operations in Bala Cynwyd.

USA Technologies Reports Results for the First Quarter of Fiscal 2013 (Business Wire)
Revenue up 25%; USA actually posts small profit.

BioClinica Reports 15.7% Growth in Service Revenue and 26.1% Increase in Non-GAAP Operating Income for Third Quarter (Ad Age)

Comcast Boxes Cause Stir in Georgetown (The Georgetown Dish)

UniTek Global Services, Inc. Reports Record Quarterly Results and Confirms Full Year Adjusted EBITDA Guidance
Announces Plans to Divest Non-core Wireline Assets
(Globe Newswire)