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Disney Creating New Content Licensing Technology; Keychest redefines ownership as access rights, not owning a physical object. (The Wall Street Journal) Susan Boyle’s CD Biggest Pre-Order in Amazon’s History; the viral video sensation‘s I Dreamed a Dream goes on sale Nov. 23. (The Wall Street Journal) […]

Disney Creating New Content Licensing Technology; Keychest redefines ownership as access rights, not owning a physical object. (The Wall Street Journal)

Susan Boyle’s CD Biggest Pre-Order in Amazon’s History; the viral video sensation‘s I Dreamed a Dream goes on sale Nov. 23. (The Wall Street Journal)

Rogers Launching its TV Everywhere Next Month; Canada’s largest cable operator has 15 network partners for online on-demand service. (Multichannel News)

AT&T Up to 1.8 Million U-Verse Subscribers; count increased by 240,000 in the third quarter. (emailed release)

Jason Kilar Lauded; Hulu’s CEO was placed at No. 8 on Fortune’s “40 under 40″ list. (Fortune)

ReelDirector Brings Full-Featured Video Editing to the iPhone; while it’s no iMovie replacement, the software works quite well. (The Apple Blog)

Animoto Partners with SmugMug; users can move their videos between the two services seamlessly. (emailed release)

  1. [...] have is the support of Disney, which is working on its own cloud-based authentication system called Keychest. Apple is also missing from the group, and given the adoption and ubiquity of iPods and iPhones as [...]

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