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CBS’ Smith on Authentication: Not Anytime Soon; says “TV Everywhere” won’t get mass adoption until 2014 because of different distributor technologies, legal issues and metrics. (paidContent) Discovery Launches iPhone App; features clips from Mythbusters, Man vs. Wild, Dirty Jobs and more. (emailed release) “How do I […]

CBS’ Smith on Authentication: Not Anytime Soon; says “TV Everywhere” won’t get mass adoption until 2014 because of different distributor technologies, legal issues and metrics. (paidContent)

Discovery Launches iPhone App; features clips from Mythbusters, Man vs. Wild, Dirty Jobs and more. (emailed release)

“How do I keep my sex tape off the Internet?” As the Eric Dane/Rebecca Gayheart’s nudie tape hits the web, their lawyer provides some tips on how to keep yours private. (THR, Esq.)

Koldcast TV Launches Original Studio; company hires Marti Resteghini to head up Koldcast Studios, which will create programming for the network. (emailed release)

Blockbuster Putting Movies on Motorola Phones; “thousands” of films to be available on select mobile phones. (The Associated Press)

Samsung, Rovi Sign Licensing Deal; CE manufacturer will include Rovi’s on-screen guide in its products. (Video Business)

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  1. Discovery Launches Video Channel on MySpace Thursday, December 3, 2009

    [...] like YouTube, Comcast’s Fancast and CBS Interactive’s TV.com. The company also recently released an iPhone app, which viewers can use to stream short-form clips to the mobile [...]

  2. Koldcast Teams up with Boxee Wednesday, March 24, 2010

    [...] a name for itself by funding and distributing a number of high-profile web series, and the company revealed last summer that it was going to launch its own studio to produce even more original programming. [...]

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