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Bebo Relaunches With New Media Recommendations; new features include a tool that will suggest TV shows and web videos based on user preferences and friend data. (WSJ) Netflix News: Recommendations, Blu-Ray HD; For the second year in a row, no one wins $1 million for improving […]

Bebo Relaunches With New Media Recommendations; new features include a tool that will suggest TV shows and web videos based on user preferences and friend data. (WSJ)

Netflix News: Recommendations, Blu-Ray HD; For the second year in a row, no one wins $1 million for improving the recommendation system by 10 percent, closest team got 9.44 percent (and $50,000). (emailed release) LG and Samsung release firmware updates to Netflix-enabled Blu-ray players for HD streaming. (Netflix Blog)

See Slam Dunks in 3D; Turner, the NBA and Cinedigm to broadcast coverage of basketball games in live 3D to 80 digitally equipped theaters throughout the U.S.. (release)

Babelgum Going Mobile; partnership with Vodafone will put the web tv service on iPhone and Nokia handsets, will be free to UK and Italy users and work over 3G as well as Wi-Fi. (MoCoNews)

Licensing Deals Remove Movies from Next-Gen Services; studios pulling movies like Charlie Wilson’s War from iTunes and Netflix streaming because of release window issues. (CNET)

U-verse to Soon Reach 1 Million Subs; telco says its ahead of schedule (barely) and will hit 1 million U-verse TV subs sometime next week. (DSLReports)

SAG to Mail Out Strike Ballots on Jan. 2; actors union asking its members to authorize a strike, votes will be counted on Jan. 23. (Broadcasting & Cable)

Kutcher’s Katalyst Launching Series on Slide; few details available, but original online series will be rolled out through the widget maker over the coming months. (paidContent)

  1. This blog introduces new development T.V. and Web video systems. The Netflix offers $1 million for improving recommending system. They didnot receive any solutions till now. We will comto know about big companies future plans, and projects from this site. Good site for business sectors.
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