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Pure Digital Releases New Flip Video Camera; slimmer version features touch controls, but no HD. (The Wall Street Journal) Disney Buys Fanlib, in Process of Acquiring DigiSynd; acquisition of fan-fiction site interesting from a copyright perspective, DigiSynd is a stealth startup founded by Revver co-founder. (paidContent) […]

Pure Digital Releases New Flip Video Camera; slimmer version features touch controls, but no HD. (The Wall Street Journal)

Disney Buys Fanlib, in Process of Acquiring DigiSynd; acquisition of fan-fiction site interesting from a copyright perspective, DigiSynd is a stealth startup founded by Revver co-founder. (paidContent)

Men Love Pork and Beans; YouTube Insight tools provides viral demographic data such as 65 percent of the 2.2 million people who watched the Weezer music video were men. (The LA Times)

Comcast to Start Testing New Network Management; trials of the “protocol-agnostic” traffic plan to start tomorrow in Chambersburg, Pa., and Warrenton, Va., and go for 30 days. (GigaOM)

Heavy’s Burly Sports Shows Heads for CBS; CBSSports.com to distribute weekly sports roundup show hosted by comedian Nick “Fitzy” Stevens. (emailed release)

Inergize Digital Media Uses Entriq Media Services; partnership will help television broadcasters manage distribution and workflow of digital content across platforms. (Broadcasting and Cable)

Canada Gets Movies on iTunes; folks in the Great White North can now rent or buy movies through the service. (Globe and Mail)

  1. If you don’t have a flip yet you have to get one. They are absolutely the easiest thing in the world to use.

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