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Today on the Net: More rumors about Hulu’s subscription and mobile device plans emerge, Mozilla commits to adding WebM support in the next version of Firefox and AT&T U-verse adds ESPN 3-D ahead of the World Cup, making it the third affiliate to do so.

Hulu Plans to Charge, Expand to Devices; the website plans to soon begin charging customers and is looking to expand its content to consumer devices like the Xbox and iPad, according to sources. (Reuters)

AT&T U-verse Will Kick Off ESPN 3-D; the telco will begin airing the service June 11 with coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup opener between Mexico and South Africa, becoming the third affiliate for the channel. (Multichannel News)

Firefox 4 Gets WebM; the open video standard introduced at Google’s recent I/O developer conference will be available as part of Firefox 4. (ReadWriteWeb)

Sonic and RealD Align to Drive Home 3-D; the companies announced a strategic alliance to develop and release products for home creation, publishing and playback of personal 3-D video content. (press release)

JumpTap Adds Video To Mobile Ad Network; mobile ad network JumpTap is adding video to its range of ad options, counting on the category to expand with the growth of mobile TV. (MediaPost)

FreeWheel Releases Full Suite of Portable Device Capabilities; video ad startup can supports Android, Cocoa, Flash, HTML5 and Silverlight, and can serve ads to devices such as the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android mobile devices. (press release)

Brightcove and Long Tail Video Get Micropayments Via Invideous; the service offers publishers the option to charge per view for content via micropayments built directly into the video player which, according to Invideous, takes only 10 minutes to integrate. (VidCompare)

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