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CBS Interactive to Launch Heckle-U; Tom Arnold to star in web series about heckling during college basketball games, will get some cross-promotion with March Madness. (The Hollywood Reporter) Pirates Stealing Live Sports Game Feeds; leagues like the MLB and NHL, which are trying to build their […]

CBS Interactive to Launch Heckle-U; Tom Arnold to star in web series about heckling during college basketball games, will get some cross-promotion with March Madness. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Pirates Stealing Live Sports Game Feeds; leagues like the MLB and NHL, which are trying to build their subscriber bases for live games online, feel threatened by unauthorized game streamers. (The New York Times)

Hulu, Veoh Using Twitter to Track Feedback; video sites discovering issues with their sites and interacting with audiences through the micro-blogging platform. (TVWeek)

Hotels Adding Bandwidth to Meet Demand; with streaming video becoming more popular for businesses at trade shows and conferences, hotels are struggling to provide big enough pipes. (The New York Times)

U.S. Government: We’re Running Low on DTV Coupons; last-minute rush for the $40 converter box coupons before the Feb. switch could prompt Congress to ask for additional money to create more. (Broadcasting & Cable)

Coca-Cola Exec Heads for Tremor Media; Shane Steele was the director of emerging media for the soft drink giant, joins the video ad network as V-P of marketing. (Advertising Age)

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