Summary:

Today on the Net: Google TV will begin selling in the U.S. this autumn according to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, Modern Family has been off of Hulu for the last month or so and Vidyo is putting its video conferencing services on the iPad.

Google To Start TV Service in U.S. This Autumn; Google will start bringing the Web to TV screens in the U.S. this autumn and worldwide next year, its CEO Eric Schmidt said. (Reuters)

Steve Levitan Gets His Wish: “Modern Family” Leaves Hulu (Briefly); Levitan’s show has been off Hulu, ABC.com and ABC’s iPad app for the past month or so, as its streaming rights expired on July 27. (MediaMemo)

Vidyo Bets On The iPad And iPhone For The Future Of Video Conferencing; soon you will be able to access and connect with Vidyo from any platform, whether it be an Android phone, iPad or computer. (TechCrunchIT)

Syfy Books Felicia Day’s Red for October 30; the Felicia Day-led telefilm — now monikered Red: Werewolf Hunter — will premiere Saturday, October 30 on SyFy. (The Futon Critic)

SpeakerText Automates And Crowdsources Video Transcripts; angel-funded startup SpeakerText is relaunching with a new way to automate the transcription process and attach the full transcript as part of the video player in a drop-down window. (TechCrunch)

Cable’s New Pole Problems; some cable operators are worried they might have to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in additional pole-attachment fees as a byproduct of the FCC’s proposed reclassification of broadband service. (Multichannel News)

The Attack Of Branded Content: Who Will Control TV On The Web?; advertisers love broadcast and cable TV because of its massive reach into every home, but they are finding it nearly impossible to replicate that reach on the Web, which is where branded content comes in. (TechCrunch)

TAN partners with TubeMogul to bring PlayTime to India; Times Audience Network (TAN) announced today a strategic partnership with leading video advertising and analytics platform TubeMogul to launch PlayTime in India. (press release)

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