Summary:

Today on the Internet: Blockbuster’s head of digital strategy talks smack about Netflix and Apple, Kyte makes a move for mobile with new Blackberry features and NBC U’s iVillage seeks out women to contribute blogs and vidoes to the site’s new UGC section.

Blockbuster’s Digital Chief Attacks Apple, Netflix. Head of Digital Strategy Kevin Lewis describes the company’s mantra as “no channel left behind, no title left behind.” (Fast Company)

Kyte Continues Mobile Push With New BlackBerry Features. The online video platform is expanding its support for mobile devices. (VideoNuze)

AlphaBird Spreads Its Wings With Warner Bros./Dailymotion Syndication Deal. The branded entertainment syndication startup will split revenue from shows like Downers’ Grove and Exposed with Dailymotion and Warner Bros. (VideoNuze)

Adgent 007 Unveils Video Ad Network. The San Francisco, Calif.-based ad services company debuted a new ad unit allowing advertisers to target unduplicated American web audiences. (MediaPost)

iVillage to Launch New User-Gen Content Section. The NBC Universal-owned site is seeking 10 women to create blog posts and video clips for a new content section called iVoices. (MediaWeek)

Global Pay TV Expect To Hit $312M in 2010. TV advertising revenues have climbed to $58 billion in the second quarter, a nine percent increase. (MediaDailyNews)

Digital Media Deals Up 68 Percent in First Half. However, the only category to show increases was online B-to-B content. (FolioMag)

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