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Today on the Net: Netflix confirms that it is now available on 200 different consumer electronics devices with 60 million units sold in 2010, Blockbuster is looking for a new CEO after Jim Keyes ran it into the ground and 3-D TV sales disappoint.

Netflix Is Now On 200 Products, With 60 Million Devices Sold in 2010; More evidence that Netflix has a huge lead on anyone looking to enter the online streaming market. (Hacking Netflix)

Blockbuster Begins Search for New CEO; the movie-rental chain currently under bankruptcy protection has launched a search for a chief executive that could see current CEO Jim Keyes replaced before year-end. (Wall Street Journal)

3-D TV Not Growing as Fast as TV Makers Expected in 2010;3-D TV is now readily available in retail, but the uptake among consumers has been limited by high prices and lack of content. (DisplaySearch)

Taboola Is Providing Video Recommendations For NYTimes.com; the startup’s EngageRank video recommendation technology has been officially adopted by the NYTimes.com, following a successful 8-month trial. (VideoNuze)

Reuters To Roll Out Online Video Series; as part of its continuing efforts to build out its multimedia strategy, Reuters.com is developing a series of online video programming for its website. (paidContent)

Online Video Advertising is Best Performer in First Half; online video advertising is up 31 percent to $627 million in the first half of 2010, from $477 million in first half 2009, according to new research released by PwC and the IAB. (VideoNuze)

Sony Opens Up Google TV Developer Registration; Sony got a little head start with signups for Google TV developers, accepting registrations for its developer portal ahead of its product launch today. (Phandroid)

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