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MTVN to Show Content on AOL; clips from shows like The Daily Show, The Hills, and I Love New York will be viewable for free on AOL Video. (release) Crackle Chooses Level 3; CDN to support the entertainment site’s video delivery. (Are the CDN’s recent price […]

MTVN to Show Content on AOL; clips from shows like The Daily Show, The Hills, and I Love New York will be viewable for free on AOL Video. (release)

Crackle Chooses Level 3; CDN to support the entertainment site’s video delivery. (Are the CDN’s recent price cuts paying off?) (release)

Truveo Compiles Top Video Searches of 2007; Miss Teen South Carolina, The Sopranos season finale and Crank Dat among most searched. (release)

REVshare Raises $20 Million; company brings cost-per-action to traditional TV, funding from HIG Ventures and The Carlyle Group. (MediaPost)

Pando and PeerApp Partner Up; the move merges P2P distribution with P2P acceleration and caching services for ISPs. (release)

Clippz “Washes” Clips for Mobile; users can upload video to clippz.com to have them “washed,” and sent back in a format suitable for mobile devices. (emailed release)

Scoble Leaving PodTech? Blogger reportedly leaving to start up Fast Company TV. (TechCrunch)

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