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Warner Bros. Does Burn-to-Order DVDs for Classics; consumers can choose from 150 flicks never before released on DVD. Once ordered, a DVD will be burned, packaged and delivered in five days. (The Hollywood Reporter) Babelgum Launches U.S. Version of Its Mobile Video App, Redesigns Site; iPhone […]

Warner Bros. Does Burn-to-Order DVDs for Classics; consumers can choose from 150 flicks never before released on DVD. Once ordered, a DVD will be burned, packaged and delivered in five days. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Babelgum Launches U.S. Version of Its Mobile Video App, Redesigns Site; iPhone and iPod Touch users can now access content from the web TV service; company also announced a new Flash-based site, allowing viewers to watch videos from within the browser with no plug-in required. (paidContent:UK)

Cartoon Network Partners with NBA; two will develop long- and short-form content for a variety of platforms. (TVWeek)

Concurrent Computer Expanding its VOD Platform; company will use its MediaHawk to provide real-time transcoding of MPEG-2 digital video to mobile, web and progressive download formats. (Multichannel News)

Cox Chooses NDS for Tru2way Apps; services being developed for the cable company’s set-top boxes include telephony, email, news, games and more. (release)

  1. [...] how about other P2P vendors? Both Joost and Babelgum ditched their P2P VOD efforts in recent months and went back to server-based video streaming. When asked [...]

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