Summary:

Today on the Net: Canada’s Telus uses Microsoft’s Xbox as an IPTV set-top box, Time Warner’s CEO likes the effect that the Netflix rental window is having on DVD sales and Suprnova.org won’t serve torrents any more.

BrightRoll Launches BRX Online Video Advertising Exchange; self-service online video ad exchange aims to catalyze large-scale, efficient pre-roll video ad buying. (Video Nuze)

Comcast/NBCU Critics Take Case to State AGs; coalition calls for investigations into impact of the merger on states. (Multichannel News)

Report: Mobile Video Advertising Set to Take Off; revenue tied to mobile video is expected to nearly triple from 2009 to 2014, jumping from $436 million to $1.34 billion. (Mediaweek)

Bewkes: Rental Delays From Netflix, RedBox Is Paying Off For DVD Sales; Time Warner’s CEO thinks DVDs for The Blind Side and Sherlock Holmes sold better because of the new 28 day rental window. (paidContent)

Canada’s Telus Pipes IPTV To Microsoft Xbox 360s; telco first in North America to let subscribers use gaming console as set-top box. (Multichannel News)

The Pirate Bay Says Goodbye to Suprnova; site returns to original owner, who wants to turn it into an online video portal. (TorrentFreak)

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