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Blockbuster and Netflix Win a Patent Suit; a judge found that the DVD-by-mail services do not infringe on a patent owned by Oklahoma-based Media Queue. (Video Business) Next New Networks’ Bobby Miller Headed to Sundance; the Indy Mogul host’s short film TUB was accepted to the […]

Blockbuster and Netflix Win a Patent Suit; a judge found that the DVD-by-mail services do not infringe on a patent owned by Oklahoma-based Media Queue. (Video Business)

Next New Networks’ Bobby Miller Headed to Sundance; the Indy Mogul host’s short film TUB was accepted to the film festival. (Next New Networks blog)

Kyte Forms Strategic Partnership with LEVEL Studios; the digital agency will use Kyte’s online, social and mobile video management tools for its clients. (Kyte blog)

Married on MySpace Moves to SiTV; Endemol USA will spin off the Web series as a reality show that will air on the Latino broadcaster beginning in March. (Variety) See our previous coverage of the Web series here.

Immersive Media Powers 360-Degree Interactive Video; CBC/Radio Canada and MTV Networks take advantage of technology that enables viewer-controlled, 360-degree, live, full-motion, interactive video experiences. (InteractiveTV Today)

Pozzitive Launches a Facebook Page; the production company behind shows like Harry Enfield and Chums and Little Britain will host exclusive images, video and brand new material from top comedians on the social network. (emailed release)

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