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CBS Interactive Still Sizing Up Video Acquisition Targets; its head of M&A says the company is looking for professional content, mobile and local plays. (Vator.tv) “Wii Fit Girlfriend” Not Corporate? Viral vid featuring girl exercising in underwear on the game device thought to be created by […]

CBS Interactive Still Sizing Up Video Acquisition Targets; its head of M&A says the company is looking for professional content, mobile and local plays. (Vator.tv)

“Wii Fit Girlfriend” Not Corporate? Viral vid featuring girl exercising in underwear on the game device thought to be created by ad agency, but creator says nope, it’s a personal video. (background: Shoemoney; Creator’s denial: YouTube) (See LizM’s coverage of the fake Lego vid.)

Daily Show Episodes Online Highlight Network Issues; cable operators don’t appreciate paying for shows that appear for free online the same day as broadcast. (Bits Blog)

Glam Media Launches Video Ad Platform; GlamTV will be a video distribution and ad network for Glam’s 500+ sites, E!, Lifetime and TV Guide among content partners. (release)

Blockbuster Unveils Kiosk Program; in-store devices would let users download video to portable media players, will not work with iPods at first. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Disney CEO: Embrace VOD; Robert Iger says content should be released “day and date” with VOD. (Multichannel News)

Watch Daytime Emmy Nominees on YouTube; video site creates section with clips from all 57 of the nominees. (Variety)

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