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More Than One Billion Online Video Viewers by 2013; ABI Research says pay TV operators must tread carefully when taking on the rising competition from the web. (release) Carl’s Jr. Getting Into Original Web Series; burger joint pulling a bud.tv and exploring the notion of launching […]

More Than One Billion Online Video Viewers by 2013; ABI Research says pay TV operators must tread carefully when taking on the rising competition from the web. (release)

Carl’s Jr. Getting Into Original Web Series; burger joint pulling a bud.tv and exploring the notion of launching a branded web comedy series. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Canadian Fight for Net Neutrality; up in arms over Bell Canada’s traffic shaping, Canadians are organizing a rally backed by Google, two political parties and others. (Slashdot)

R.I.P. Broadcast TV? With an abysmal May sweeps, traditional networks could be facing a tipping point in viewer departure. (The LA Times)

Kadokawa Partnering With (Some) YouTube Posters; before sending a takedown notice, Japanese media company will see who posted it and potentially share ad revenue with them. (Variety)

Comcast Adds AnyRoom to On Demand in New England; service lets you start watching VOD program on one TV and finish watching it on another in the same house. (release)

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