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Some How-To Videos are Making Money; instructional videos on stuff like turning a flashlight into a laser earned Kip Kedersha $102,000 from Metacafe last year. (The New York Times) Hollywood Divided Over Net Neutrality; WGA president testifies before Congress to keep the Internet open, but studios […]

Some How-To Videos are Making Money; instructional videos on stuff like turning a flashlight into a laser earned Kip Kedersha $102,000 from Metacafe last year. (The New York Times)

Hollywood Divided Over Net Neutrality; WGA president testifies before Congress to keep the Internet open, but studios want broadband providers to fight piracy. (Variety)

Marvel Comics Launches Global Digital Media Group; former Sony exec Ira Rubenstein to head up the group; will look for online opportunities in animation and video. (paidContent)

Next New Networks to Use Collarity; new media network will employ the company’s behavioral user-tracking and content services. (MediaPost)

Broadband Enterprises Taps ScanScout; ScanScout will be the video network’s exclusive in-stream video ad provider. (release)

To Frak or Not to Frak; a look at how TV networks are dropping a new kind of f-bomb. (TVWeek)

60Frames and The Kids in the Hall Team Up For New Short; “Carbangers” reunites the original cast for their first taped sketch in six years. (60Frames) (NSFW)

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