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CDNetworks Partners with Octoshape; two companies say they can deliver live hybrid P2P-assisted streaming to millions of concurrent viewers. (release) Roku Sold 100,000 Units? Dan Rayburn estimates that 1 percent of Netflix’s subscribers bought the little streaming box. (Streaming Media Blog) The Possibilities of an Apple […]

CDNetworks Partners with Octoshape; two companies say they can deliver live hybrid P2P-assisted streaming to millions of concurrent viewers. (release)

Roku Sold 100,000 Units? Dan Rayburn estimates that 1 percent of Netflix’s subscribers bought the little streaming box. (Streaming Media Blog)

The Possibilities of an Apple TV App Store; Saul Hansell predicts that, with Xbox opening up to developers, Apple’s set-top box might follow. (Bits Blog)

Public Knowledge Asks FCC to Deny Studios’ Waiver Request; waiver would allow studios to restrict copying of some HD movies to DVRs. (Broadcasting & Cable)

CBS Radio Gets into Web Video; company launches platform to allow its 140 radio stations to create custom video players for live performances, interviews and more. (MediaWeek)

Google Just Not Into Long-Form Video? Sources tell CNET that Google Video soured the company on the concept, remains focused on short-form. (CNET)

ManiaTV Signs 4 New Comedy Series; among the new offerings will be projects from Michael Palascak and the duo Paul Telner and Jason Fisher. (AdWeek)

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