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Soulja Boy Gets Animated Web Series; Interscope records to launch Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em: The Animated Series, which follows the rapper as he returns to high school (Alfonso Ribiero will play the principal!). (The Hollywood Reporter) WNYCWNET/Thirteen New York Signs Kaltura; prominent public television station taps […]

Soulja Boy Gets Animated Web Series; Interscope records to launch Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em: The Animated Series, which follows the rapper as he returns to high school (Alfonso Ribiero will play the principal!). (The Hollywood Reporter)

WNYCWNET/Thirteen New York Signs Kaltura; prominent public television station taps the open source white label video management company for the show Worldfocus. (Beet.tv)

Watch the Season 2 Premiere of Flight of the Conchords Now; New Zealand’s fourth favorite folk rock novelty act is back — find them on Funny or Die before they return to HBO. (Funny or Die)

Demand for Place-Shifting TV Growing; new survey shows that 33 percent of U.S. broadband households are looking for ways to access their media content from outside their home. (Parks Associates)

NY Governor Mulls an “iPod Tax;” Paterson looking to make up budget shortfalls by potentially adding local sales tax for “digitally delivered entertainment services.” (NY Daily News)

Sony PS3 Now Supports GridCast TV; GridNetworks’ technology allows content owners to stream video directly to the game console. (release)

Television for iPhone Now Available; app doesn’t deliver live TV, but does have on-demand video from CNN, CBS, VH-1 and others. (CrunchGear)

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