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Sony’s Q2 Sales and Operating Revenue Down 19.2%; sales of Bravia LCD TVs dropped 27 percent; company blamed poor quarter on bad global economy and appreciation of the yen. (The Wrap) JK Wedding Video Boosts Chris Brown Record Sales; direct link to buy his song “Forever” […]

Sony’s Q2 Sales and Operating Revenue Down 19.2%; sales of Bravia LCD TVs dropped 27 percent; company blamed poor quarter on bad global economy and appreciation of the yen. (The Wrap)

JK Wedding Video Boosts Chris Brown Record Sales; direct link to buy his song “Forever” in the vid, which has 10 million views and counting, catapulted the year-old single into iTunes Top 10. (The Hollywood Reporter) YouTube, which got a cut of the track sales it generated, even got a little coin. (paidContent)

BrightRoll Introduces Cost Per Completed Video; with the “CPV,” advertisers only pay if viewer watches the entire ad clip to completion. (VentureBeat)

MSN Launching TV Player in the UK; broadband users will be able to watch shows such as Peep Show, Shameless and The Young Ones. (The Guardian)

No Tweets for Geeks? No Twitter love at Comic-Con; movies featured there accounted for less than 1 percent of total messages during a given hour. (Variety) Twitter, however, was good for AMC’s show Mad Men, which found a sponsor for some online extensions of the show in the Tweet-happy Eight O’Clock Coffee. (Media Decoder)

Sky Launching a 3D TV Channel; Sky 3D to bow in 2010 in the UK, and will require a 3D-capable TV. (Electric Pig)

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