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Goodbye CableCARD, Hello AllVid; The FCC has asked for feedback on a new video interface to replace its failed CableCARD policy — an “AllVid” adapter that would act as an intermediary between home theater gear and pay-TV services. (Ars Technica) Brightcove Announces Facebook Support; the online […]

Goodbye CableCARD, Hello AllVid; The FCC has asked for feedback on a new video interface to replace its failed CableCARD policy — an “AllVid” adapter that would act as an intermediary between home theater gear and pay-TV services. (Ars Technica)

Brightcove Announces Facebook Support; the online video platform provider will provide support for the Open Graph and new set of Social Plug-ins that were announced by social networking giant Facebook. (InteractiveTV Today)

Video-Compression Vendor Imagine Communications Raises $10 Million; all previous and existing investors, including Court Square Ventures, Columbia Capital and Carmel Ventures, participated in the round, which brings total funding up to more than $34 million. (Multichannel News)

Dailymotion Integrates Facebook’s “Like” Button; the video site has enabled users to share videos in their Facebook profile, using a new Facebook Social Plug-In “Like” button. (InteractiveTV Today)

South Park‘s Depiction Of Muhammad Censored Again; This week’s episode, in which Muhammad was set to appear but was replaced by Santa Claus in a bear suit, is not currently available online at southparkstudios.com. (Huffington Post)

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