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Hulu Goes to the Movies (That You’ve Never Heard Of); Yesterday marked the first time a “feature film” appeared on Hulu before running anywhere else, but only because In The Darkness is hardly a feature film. (MediaMemo) Isohunt Ordered to Remove Infringing Content; a U.S. judge […]

Hulu Goes to the Movies (That You’ve Never Heard Of); Yesterday marked the first time a “feature film” appeared on Hulu before running anywhere else, but only because In The Darkness is hardly a feature film. (MediaMemo)

Isohunt Ordered to Remove Infringing Content; a U.S. judge is ordering Isohunt to remove all infringing content, which could cause it to shut down. (Wired)

Next New Networks Acquires Seven Series in Revenue-Sharing Deal; the shows include the “Tamra Davis Cooking Show,” Rossella Rago’s “Cooking with Nonna,” Julian Jackson’s “JR SportBrief,” Brian Barcyk’s “Snake Bytes TV,” and a yet-to-be-named animated series from the makers of “Landline TV.” (ClickZ)

MeFeedia Adds HTML5 Ad Support; the All Player for HTML5 is designed to deliver consistent, high-quality video ads across any screen –- including Web, Internet-connected TV platforms and mobile devices. (MeFeedia blog)

EPIX Gains Traction With ‘TV Everywhere’ Model; with upcoming launches with Charter, Cox and Mediacom, new premium network EPIX has culled some early traction with its multi-platform distribution strategy. (Light Reading Cable)

BBC Online Video News Views Up 25 Percent in Four Months; the BBC has found a growing audience for online news in the U.K., with some 5 million unique visitors watching 28 million videos in January, according to the latest numbers from comScore. (Beet.TV)

SeaChange To Serve Up Web Video; SeaChange International has developed a video-on-demand server — dubbed the Universal Media Streamer — that serves traditional VOD as well as Web and mobile video formats. (Multichannel News)

U.S. Households Using PCs and Game Consoles to Extend Online Video to the TV; research firm Parks Associates found consumer interest in Web-on-TV applications is so strong that households are making their own connections via PCs and game consoles. (press release)

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