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Channels.com 2.0 Launches; revamped site aiming to become a “web video DVR” lets users subscribe to video via RSS feeds. (VideoNuze) Guiding Light Actress Taking Her Lesbian Character to the Web; Since the soap is going off the air, Crystal Chappell taking the “Otalia” duo to […]

Channels.com 2.0 Launches; revamped site aiming to become a “web video DVR” lets users subscribe to video via RSS feeds. (VideoNuze)

Guiding Light Actress Taking Her Lesbian Character to the Web; Since the soap is going off the air, Crystal Chappell taking the “Otalia” duo to a new web series called Venice for an ongoing story (under different character names) and an on-screen kiss. (The New York Times)

Felicia Day is Hollywood’s “Cat Lady;” in a lengthy profile of The Guild, the series’ star says that’s the only kind of part she’s offered. (The Wall Street Journal)

Redbox Adding Simultaneous Returns; company is testing a system that lets users return a movie at the same time another customer is renting one. (Video Business)

Jessica Biel is Dangerous; McAfee says that searches for the actress are more likely to lead to spyware and viruses than any other celebrity. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Theater Chains Eliminating Print Showtimes; Regal and AMC have started reducing or cutting out entirely their small print movie listings. (Variety)

RDF and Artificial Life to Make Interactive Animated Series; new show Sleuths would have viewer avatars compete in live telecast. (The Hollywood Reporter)

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  1. Can’t remember the last time I looked up a movie time in the paper.

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