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NCR Rolling Out Blockbuster Kiosks in NY; 200 DVD-rental machines heading to the Big Apple in a bid to take on Redbox. (The Wall Street Journal) VidQue Aids in Video Discovery; uses social filters to find the best videos across a variety of categories. (TechCrunch) Video […]

NCR Rolling Out Blockbuster Kiosks in NY; 200 DVD-rental machines heading to the Big Apple in a bid to take on Redbox. (The Wall Street Journal)

VidQue Aids in Video Discovery; uses social filters to find the best videos across a variety of categories. (TechCrunch)

Video Calling Comes to the iPhone; upgrade from the Israel-based startup lets you receive free video calls on your iPhone. (GigaOM)

PBS Chooses LiveRail for Video Sponsorship Program; the public broadcaster will use LiveRail to deliver sponsor messages on its own video portal and across its network of member stations and syndication partners. (emailed release)

Livestream, Xfire Partner on Social Video Game Broadcasting; through the deal, Xfire will introduce a new service to its users allowing them to broadcast their game play to an unlimited number of viewers. (InteractiveTV Today)

Marcellus Launches Video Platform on Amazon AWS; the white-label video platform is aimed at SMBs to deliver, monetize, and track video viewership across the Internet. (Press release)

Univision to Launch Mini Ad Network; the company formed the Univision Partner Group, a collection of Spanish-language Web sites from the U.S., Latin American, and Spain. (MediaWeek)

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