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DISH to Fork Over $104 Million to TiVo; with the Supreme Court not hearing its case, the satellite service announced that it will pay up over the patent dispute. (Ars Technica) SNL Skit Yanked Over Legal Concerns; economic bailout sketch pulled because two people depicted in […]

DISH to Fork Over $104 Million to TiVo; with the Supreme Court not hearing its case, the satellite service announced that it will pay up over the patent dispute. (Ars Technica)

SNL Skit Yanked Over Legal Concerns; economic bailout sketch pulled because two people depicted in it were real and had the phrase “people who should be shot” overlayed on them. (The LA Times) (See our previous coverage on NewTeeVee Station.)

MLB Playoff Action Available Online…in Airports; boingo wireless customers can purchase passes to the “Airport Edition” of MLB.TV at 23 participating airports. (release)

Universal Music Puts Vids on Kiwibox; music videos will be distributed through the teen social network’s “KiwiboxTV” before the end of the year. (CNET)

Eisner on Hulu and MySpace; former Disney CEO says Hulu is not an end game, but more of a “middle game,” and says MySpace is squandering its video opportunity. (MediaWeek)

Comcast, KIT Digital Make Acquisitions; Comcast Media Center acquires asset delivery systems provider Radiance Technologies for $5 million. (Multichannel News) KIT Digital buys Czech digital media and IPTV company Visual Connection. (paidContent)

ActiveVideo Deployed in Hawaii; Time Warner’s Oceanic Cable gets interactive games, home shopping, news and more from the company. (Broadcasting & Cable)

GOOD and Saucony Partner for Video Series; Wild Frontier of Sports highlights sports such as dodgeball, urban golf and soapbox derby racing. (Imeem)

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