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Report: YouTube in Talks to Get Sony Movies; details are slim, but deal would make sense as YouTube tries to position itself as a premium content destination. (CNET) Motorola MOVR Makes Your DVR Content Mobile; device connects to your set-top box and makes your recorded content […]

Report: YouTube in Talks to Get Sony Movies; details are slim, but deal would make sense as YouTube tries to position itself as a premium content destination. (CNET)

Motorola MOVR Makes Your DVR Content Mobile; device connects to your set-top box and makes your recorded content available on any wireless, Internet-connected device. (Media Experiences 2 Go)

Live Video Streaming Coming to MLB’s “At Bat” iPhone App? New way to watch the game could arrive courtesy of a new streaming tool Apple is putting into the next version of the iPhone software. (Silicon Alley Insider)

Kevin Pollak Doing His Own Video Show; new episodes roll out every Sunday afternoon, features whatever the comedian/actor wants, including interviews with celebrities and live questions via Twitter. (TechCrunch)

TurnHere Founder Dives into “Vooks;” Brad Inman’s take on fiction is to include the written word, video and elements such as Twitter into one multimedia package. (The New York Times)

Actors, Studios Reportedly Close to a Deal; after nine months, the two parties could be close to agreement on a three-year deal. (LA Times)

Rumor: iPhone to Get Video Editing Tools; clues from graphic elements indicate v. 3.0 of the gadget’s software could include the ability to trim and clip video creations on the fly. (TUAW)

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  1. I am really excited about the online streaming of MLB through iPod. I hope Apple does it quickly. I will be able to see Live videos of MLB at office ;)

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