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C-Span Puts Full Archives on the Web; C-Span has uploaded virtually every minute of its video archives to the Internet, including 23 years and more than 160,000 hours of TV footage. (NY Times) Crackle Sees Video Streams Rise; according to Nielsen Online, Crackle’s audience averages between […]

C-Span Puts Full Archives on the Web; C-Span has uploaded virtually every minute of its video archives to the Internet, including 23 years and more than 160,000 hours of TV footage. (NY Times)

Crackle Sees Video Streams Rise; according to Nielsen Online, Crackle’s audience averages between 1.5 million and 2 million unique users. (The Hollywood Reporter)

ManiaTV Resurrected, Struts ‘Celebrity Rush’ Out; after shutting its doors last spring and being bought back by original founder Drew Massey, maniaTV is producing original celebrity-driven content again. (Tubefilter)

Mondo Media Gaining Revenue from International Licensing; the company sells foreign rights for its shows and picks up rights for international Web shows and then localizes them for a U.S. audience. (Beet.TV)

Showtime Inks Deal With DreamWorks; cable network restocks its supply of movies, adding 35 DreamWorks Studios films to be theatrically released between 2010 and 2015. (Multichannel News)

Dogwoof Films Picks Cisco Eos for Web Management; independent U.K. documentary distributor will use Eos to build and manage web sites related to current and upcoming films. (press release)

Versus, DirecTV Finally Reconnect On Carriage Accord; after a more than six-month stalemate, DirecTV and Comcast have reached an agreement to return Versus to the top DBS provider’s air. (Multichannel News)

FCC Wants Broadcasters To Give Back 120 MHz As Part Of Broadband Plan; according to a copy of the plan, there is a near-term goal of freeing up 300 MHz of spectrum for wireless broadband within five years and 500 MHz within 10 years. (Multichannel News)

Yahoo’s Bradford Joins Demand Media; the content distributor has hired former Yahoo senior vice president Joanne Bradford as its chief revenue officer. (paidContent)

Justin.TV Turns To Law Professor Eric Goldman As It Battles Live Video Piracy; live streaming site retains law blogger as adviser on copyright issues. (TechCrunch)

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