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Apple Wants to Store Your Video in the Cloud; the company’s representatives have spoken with some of the major film studios about enabling iTunes users to store their content on the company’s servers. (CNET) Three TiVo Premiere Mysteries; a few images in the company’s press kit […]

Apple Wants to Store Your Video in the Cloud; the company’s representatives have spoken with some of the major film studios about enabling iTunes users to store their content on the company’s servers. (CNET)

Three TiVo Premiere Mysteries; a few images in the company’s press kit might reveal some interesting new features that have yet to be explained. (Zatz Not Funny)

ITV Devalues Its Online Business, Admits It’s Underperforming; the UK broadcaster placed a £30 million ($45 million) value on its online operations last year, significantly less than the £68 million it said they were worth just a year earlier. (paidContent:UK)

Sky Player Gets More Live TV; the online TV service provided by BSkyB continues to expand its content by adding three more new channels, bringing the total to 30. (Tech Watch)

Aflexi Launches CDN FlexiMart; CDN software management company launched the new Aflexi FlexiMart platform, enabling web hosts to share infrastructure and buy, sell and trade capacity in real time. (press release)

Blackwave Launches Video Delivery Platform; the Internet video storage and delivery infrastructure company announced a new video delivery system based on its enterprise-class Chorus software. (press release)

Univision Launches Video App for BlackBerry Users; the application will be the first to give BlackBerry users access to Univision’s TV programs. (press release)

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