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Canoe Moving To Bigger Digs, Plans To Double Staff In 2010; the firm specialized on interactive advertising for cable TV has a hiring plan for 2010 that would roughly double headcount. It had 68 employees at the start of the year and its plan calls for […]

Canoe Moving To Bigger Digs, Plans To Double Staff In 2010; the firm specialized on interactive advertising for cable TV has a hiring plan for 2010 that would roughly double headcount. It had 68 employees at the start of the year and its plan calls for 135 by year-end. (Multichannel News)

Sky Buys 15,000 3D TVs from LG; BSkyB has signed a deal with LG to buy around 15,000 3DTVs to prepare for the launch of the Sky 3D Channel in pubs and bars next month. (Tech Watch)

What’s Behind Justin.tv’s Live Video Broadcasting Architecture?; an in-depth look at the hardware and network architecture required to encode and broadcast 30 hours of video uploaded every minute. (High Scalability)

Sorenson Strikes Deals with Universities; Sorenson Media’s online video solutions have been adopted by five of the world’s most well-known colleges and universities. (FierceOnlineVideo)

EdgeCast Networks Launches EC360 Analytics Suite; the new reporting suite is comprised of four modules: the Basic Reporting module, the Edge Performance Analytics module, the Real Time Statistics module and the Advanced Content Analytics module. (press release)

A Comicbook Orange Auctions Off Penny Arcade Book for Charity; proceeds from the auction will got to the charity Child’s Play, which donates toys, games, books and cash for sick kids in children’s hospitals across North America. (eBay)

More Stats on the People of ChatRoulette; according to the latest research, the site is 89 percent male, 47 percent american, and 13 percent perverts. (TechCrunch)

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