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Today on the Net: the new Apple TV is reviewed, Real releases a brand new RealPlayer with the ability to watch videos across multiple devices and Ooyala now lets publishers make custom channels for content on Roku set-top boxes.

Apple TV Review: Hands on With Steve Jobs’ New Hobby; Steve Jobs swung for the stands with the new Apple TV, a tiny box that plays high-definition web video on your television. Has he connected? (FoxNews.com)

The New RealPlayer Is Here, the New RealPlayer Is Here!; you can tell we’re excited. (press release)

Ooyala Jumps On Board With Roku; the deal allows publishers to utilize an Ooyala-made, turn-key operation to create a custom Roku channel. (CrunchGear)

Streaming Video Introduces A New Wave of Internet Piracy; Megavideo and other sites like it offer a vast unauthorized selection of popular television shows and movies that can be watched with the click of a mouse. (LA Times)

Auditude Will Manage Channel Five’s Online Video Ads; web video advertising analytics firm Auditude says it has been given the contract to manage ads in to in-flux Channel Five’s online videos. (paidContent)

Introducing the Buddy TV App; new social TV app aims to foster conversation between users watching shows, rather than just focusing on checkins. (BuddyTV.com)

Magnify.net to Power Minyanville Media Video; Minyanville has partnered with Magnify.net to gather, filter, and curate breaking financial video from across the web and provide to its readership in real time. (press release)

Kyte LivePro Unwired Used For Bassmaster Elite Series; utilizing wireless 3G/4G/Wi-Fi infrastructure, Kyte LivePro Unwired made it possible for the BASS team to report live from locations that are not accessible with traditional live broadcast equipment. (Kyte blog)

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