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Today on the Net: A third of young Netflix users substitute the service for pay television, Jeffrey Katzenberg lashes out at 3-D skeptics, Project Canvas incorporates as YouView and Time Warner could lose subscribers in the third quarter.

Third of Young Netflix Users Cut Cable; Credit Suisse’s analysis finds that 37 percent of Netflix subscribers aged 25 to 34 substitute Netflix for pay television. (CNBC)

Jeffrey Katzenberg Fires Back at 3-D Critics; the DreamWorks Animation head compared 3-D skeptics to sound and color movies skeptics. (Forbes)

Project Canvas rebrands as YouView; the VOD venture has officially incorporated as a separate company. (The Guardian)

Disney, Nielsen team on iPad app; the free app could turn the device into a companion screen synchronized to TV programs. (The Hollywood Reporter)

5min Brings 200K How-To Videos To Dailymotion; one of the largest how-to video networks will share videos about sports, fashion, health, travel and more. (TechCrunch

Marcus: Time Warner Cable Could Lose Subs in Q3; the country’s second-largest cable operator is on track to lose customers in the third quarter. (Multichannel News)

Extreme Netflix‽ Some Users Have Rated 50,000 Movies; more than 10,000 people have rated more than 20,000 items on the site. (The Atlantic)

Logitech Revue with Google TV coming 9/29 for $299, Dish Network offering discounts?; current Dish Network subscribers may be able to purchase it for $179. (Engadget)

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