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Nokia to Feature Qik; handset maker to push live-streaming video service in its Ovi Store application depot and integrate it with its video-sharing platform. (emailed release) PlayStation Network Gets NBC Universal Films and TV Shows; addition brings the total amount of content on the game platform […]

Nokia to Feature Qik; handset maker to push live-streaming video service in its Ovi Store application depot and integrate it with its video-sharing platform. (emailed release)

PlayStation Network Gets NBC Universal Films and TV Shows; addition brings the total amount of content on the game platform to 1,400 movies and 4,500 TV episodes. (VentureBeat)

Hitachi to Plead Guilty to Price Fixing LCD Prices; firm agrees to pay $31 million fine. (USA Today)

Revision3 COO Ustreams Intruder Break-in to His Apartment; rather than call the police David Prager Twittered about the interloper’s presence and set up his web cam. (Silicon Alley Insider)

Google Rolling Out Behavioral Ads; YouTube among the sites to feature “interest-based ads” that allow you to select categories of ads you want to see. (GigaOM)

MTV Orders Private High Musical Pilot; ribald web series from 60Frames’ Red Band Industries among the latest web-to-TV acquisitions made by the network. (Tubefilter)

Revision3 Acquires CO-OP; will air video gaming culture show from creators of The 1UP Show. (emailed release)

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