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Major League Baseball Nabs Geo-location Patent; system will tell if MLB.TV users are in areas where games need to be blacked out. (Silicon Alley Insider) Felicia Day on Questions You Should Ask Before Starting a Web Series; new media mogul suggests figuring out how your project […]

Major League Baseball Nabs Geo-location Patent; system will tell if MLB.TV users are in areas where games need to be blacked out. (Silicon Alley Insider)

Felicia Day on Questions You Should Ask Before Starting a Web Series; new media mogul suggests figuring out how your project is unique to the web and yourself, as well as identifying who your audience is and if you know what you are getting into. (Felicia Day)

Comedy Central Signs Midwest Teen Sex Show; cable network developing the straight-talking, risque show about sex education. (Tilzy.tv)

CBS CFO Talks Hulu; says that his network’s content would only appear on the Hulu on a non-exclusive basis. (paidContent)

Dailymotion and Hayden Black Team up for Cabonauts; web series described as a sci-fi musical comedy. (MediaWeek)

Lawyer Sees “First Amendment Perfect Storm” on the Horizon; Matthew Leibowitz wrote to the FCC to warn that newspapers declining mixed with potential bank/government control of TV stations could negatively impact free speech. (Multichannel News)

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