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Skyfire Gets a New CEO; Jeffrey Glueck joins the mobile browser company, was formerly chief marketing officer at Travelocity. (TechCrunch) Cinemash Kicks Off Today with 500 Days of Summer Stars; Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt take on roles in a web remake of a scene from […]

Skyfire Gets a New CEO; Jeffrey Glueck joins the mobile browser company, was formerly chief marketing officer at Travelocity. (TechCrunch)

Cinemash Kicks Off Today with 500 Days of Summer Stars; Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt take on roles in a web remake of a scene from Sid & Nancy. (Tubefilter)

VOD Server Revenue to Triple by 2013; growth to come from operators beefing up services like remote storage DVRS, targeted ads and start-over services. (Infonetics)

Tribune Media Services Selects eGuiders; syndication partnership will put eGuiders’ curated video applications on Tribune’s web sites and networks in the U.S. and internationally. (emailed release)

Media Bigwigs Split on Monetizing Content; in unscripted comments at the Allen & Co. conference, Disney CEO Bob Iger says he’s confident people will pony up for content, other execs say that just ain’t so. (The LA Times)

Why Hulu Has Succeeded; Saul Hansell says that the premium content portal’s focus on being the online home of network TV went a long way to making it a hit (the exclusive content didn’t hurt either). (Bits Blog)

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  1. Of course, Skyfire is less relevant now that Hulu is being blocked and Flash is confirmed for multiple mobile platforms this year.

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