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Today on the Net: Cablevision is working on applications that could allow subscribers to watch video on their iPad and other mobile devices, Viacom’s profits surge in the second quarter and Comcast-owned social video firm Tunerfish releases its first mobile app on the iPhone.

“Life In A Day” YouTube Project Receives 80K Videos; YouTube has announced that they’ve received 80,000 videos from 197 countries documenting the day of July 24th for the upcoming Ridley Scott-produced documentary. (WebProNews)

Cablevision to Deliver Live TV & VOD to the iPad; Cablevision says it is developing IP video applications that will allow subscribers to view cable programming on broadband-connected devices, including Apple iPads and a range of smartphones. (Light Reading Cable)

Viacom Profits Surge, But Home Entertainment Revenues Stumble; Viacom showed the benefits of having a dual revenue streams, as its networks division saw revenues rise 6.4 percent and profit gain 14 percent. (paidContent)

Introducing Tunerfish for iPhone; the first release is a full-featured version of its recently launched social discovery engine for TV, movies, and online video. (Tunerfish blog)

Hyperlocal Gets Highbrow In Public TV Online Video Joint Venture; Capital New York is getting a big profile boost from a video series called City Portraits in a joint venture with local PBS affiliate WNET’s Thirteen.org. (paidContent)

PGA.com Announces 2010 PGA Championship iPhone App Now Available; the PGA Championship app offers a $1.99 in-app purchase to get exclusive access of live video for the marquee groups on all four days of play. (press release)

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  3. [...] Comcast showed off its upcoming iPad app for remote control earlier this year at the Cable Show. Cablevision and Dish Network are also looking to the iPad to make video streaming and place-shifting [...]

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  5. [...] app comes as other pay TV providers are innovating on the iPad and other mobile devices. Comcast, Cablevision and Time Warner Cable have shown off their own iPad app prototypes over recent months, but those [...]

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  6. [...] app comes as other pay TV providers are innovating on the iPad and other mobile devices. Comcast, Cablevision and Time Warner Cable have shown off their own iPad app prototypes over recent months, but those [...]

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