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Venture Roundup; storage delivery service Nirvanix nabs $12 million, while Chinese web video broadcasting site PPLive pulls in a reported $10 million to $15 million. (Nirvanix: emailed release; PPLive: Redline China) GreenCine’s Sold to Porn Company New Owners; artsy rent-by-mail DVD service was quietly sold to […]

Venture Roundup; storage delivery service Nirvanix nabs $12 million, while Chinese web video broadcasting site PPLive pulls in a reported $10 million to $15 million. (Nirvanix: emailed release; PPLive: Redline China)

GreenCine’s Sold to Porn Company New Owners; artsy rent-by-mail DVD service was quietly sold to a WantedList Founder, according to GreenCine founder Jonathan Marlow. (Update: A spokesperson for Greencine wanted us to clarify that only one of the founders of WantedList purchased a piece of Greencine. This founder owns several properties and each one is run independently of each other. ed.) (CinemaTech)

Video Sites Partner with Toolmakers; Swarmcast Autobahn Accelerator to make Veoh faster; Dailymotion will be included as an option on TubeMogul, and also will offer the uploading and tracking service to its members. (emailed releases)

VH-1 “Pops Up” on Mobile; Pop Up Video To Go will display “info nuggets” of trivia while people watch music videos on mobile devices. (release)

BlueString Consolidates Your Media; new free service from AOL pulls your photos, videos and music from disparate computers and web sites into one location. (release)

On24 Returns Refocused; early Internet video service is back selling video-based lead generation to large companies, hopes to IPO in the next two years. (alarm:clock)

  1. I wonder if youtube and the other major video distributors will follow suit with video lead sales.

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