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Today on the Net: MTV loses web videos from Universal Music after it was unable to strike a distribution deal with Vevo, WatchMojo tops 150 million video streams and Hollywood is trying to figure out how many clips to use when promoting new movies.

MTV Loses Web Videos From Universal Music; negotiations between MTV and Vevo over videos from UMG, home of such artists as U2, Amy Winehouse and Lady Gaga, broke down Thursday. (CNET)

WatchMojo Surpasses 150 Million Video Views; the online video startup served its 150 millionth all-time video stream, setting a single-month record of over 9.7 million streams in July. (press release)

Media Industry Risks Getting Caught on Video; so far, evidence of customers ditching video subscriptions completely has been scarce, but that could change quickly, especially given broader economic trends. (Wall Street Journal)

Is Hollywood Suffering From Clip Overload?; whether a massive release of clips works for one particular movie or another is going to depend on the movie itself, because what these clips do is use the movie itself to sell the package. (Ad Age)

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