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MySpace and NBC Join Forces for Campaign Coverage; Decision ’08 to provide daily videos from NBC and MSNBC, as well as user-generated content. (Reuters) MediaScrape Raises $3.16 Million; Montreal-based news video aggregator, syndicator and translator gets money from undisclosed investors. (paidContent) BayTSP and NTT Partner for […]

MySpace and NBC Join Forces for Campaign Coverage; Decision ’08 to provide daily videos from NBC and MSNBC, as well as user-generated content. (Reuters)

MediaScrape Raises $3.16 Million; Montreal-based news video aggregator, syndicator and translator gets money from undisclosed investors. (paidContent)

BayTSP and NTT Partner for Copyright Tracking; NTT’s content recognition technology makes its U.S. debut through BayTSP’s UGC web monitoring service. (release)

Rivals Ignore ABC Debate Clip Rules; ABC had said only one 30-second clip from the controversial debate was allowed to be repurposed in coverage; others paid it no mind. (The New York Times)

Blu-Ray Won Battle, but HD War has Just Begun; technology faces challenges in upconverting standard DVD players and a low install base outside the PS3. (ABI Research)

Adap.tv Launches Video Ad Platform; OneSource promises to let publishers manage ad campaigns, all ad sources and formats. (release)

Groundlings to Go Online; famous sketch-comedy group to create 50 digital shorts that Sony will distribute. (Variety)

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