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More TV (if Less Primetime) Watched During Strike; Nielsen study finds daytime, VOD, and cable more than made up for lack of new broadcast shows. (The Hollywood Reporter) Shakeup at Fox Interactive Media; company still struggles to monetize its sites, likely to miss revenue goal by […]

More TV (if Less Primetime) Watched During Strike; Nielsen study finds daytime, VOD, and cable more than made up for lack of new broadcast shows. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Shakeup at Fox Interactive Media; company still struggles to monetize its sites, likely to miss revenue goal by $100 million. Chief Revenue Officer out and ad technologies being moved into a separate business. (The Wall Street Journal)

Microsoft to Create More Original Programming; slate of shows like Need of Repair, The Men’s Room and What On Earth is Going On? will show on multiple platforms including MSN, MSNBC and Xbox Live. (MediaWeek)

Dailymotion Launches Full-Length Films; new Cinema Dailymotion lets audience stream feature-length films, kicks off series with Red Without Blue. (901am)

Tila Tequila Gets Another Shot; MTV gives MySpace star a second season of her reality show. (Multichannel News)

Wildscreen.tv Launches; Berlin-based video portal promises higher quality and will give creators 100 percent of ad revenue from their videos. (emailed release)

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