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Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to Charge for Some Videos; Martha University will experiment with selling how-to videos for anywhere from $5.95 to $12.95. (paidContent) CBSNews Launching New Web Series; The Tomorrow Show and In Sickness and in Health are two new series, and Washington Unplugged is […]

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to Charge for Some Videos; Martha University will experiment with selling how-to videos for anywhere from $5.95 to $12.95. (paidContent)

CBSNews Launching New Web Series; The Tomorrow Show and In Sickness and in Health are two new series, and Washington Unplugged is becoming a daily series. (MediaWeek)

Katalyst Developing I Pledge for TV; show started online and will follow celebs as they do charity work for causes they believe in. (Variety)

Microsoft Messes Up its DTV Transition; Windows Media Center users experience problems as Microsoft didn’t update servers and online component to reflect frequency changes. (The Green Button)

Will Sprint Thwart Sling Media’s 3G Palm Pre App Plans? Sling’s hopes for 3G support on the smart phone could be dashed by Sprint, which is locked into an agreement with MobiTV. (GigaOM)

Tampax Behind Stealthy Viral Video Campaign; Zack16.com features a teenage boy whose “guy parts” have been replaced with “girl parts.” (Ad Age)

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