This week in informitv Connected Vision we review the ten leading television services in the United States in our Multiscreen Index and reveal that subscriber numbers have risen again. The big story is the AT&T agreement to buy DIRECTV for $48.5 billion. It’s an even bigger deal than the Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable, to which it is a direct response. We also look at TalkTalk in the United Kingdom, which talks the talk but thinks like a telco rather than a television service. Click through to the web site for full coverage.