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RedAntenna Launches Media-Selling Service; company lets content owners sell their wares at whatever price they like. (release) Animoto Targets Business Customers; subscription service gives companies unlimited access to create videos from their own photos and music; Getty Images is on board with it as well. (release) […]

RedAntenna Launches Media-Selling Service; company lets content owners sell their wares at whatever price they like. (release)

Animoto Targets Business Customers; subscription service gives companies unlimited access to create videos from their own photos and music; Getty Images is on board with it as well. (release)

mDialog Partners with UNICEF; young people from around the world can participate in the G8 Summit through the J8 Summit, which will feature a video platform to enable discussion and document experiences. (release)

Watch Wimbledon on Your Mobile Phone; AT&T and MediaFLO team up to provide coverage of the event, which can also be viewed online. (MediaWeek)

More YouTube Revenue Talk; Lehman Bros. says the video-sharing site’s revenue will be less than $200 million in 2008. Last week, Citigroup said YouTube could earn up to $500 million in 2009, if it sold banner ads on all pages. (Silicon Alley Insider)

Regulation for Product Placement? FCC to vote on whether shows need to be more upfront about when advertisers pay for product placement. (Reuters)

  1. [...] Personal video sharing. Made by mDialog, which we recently mentioned for its partnership with Unicef. [...]

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