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Today on the Net: Cablevision’s 3 million subscribers in New York could lose access to Fox programming if the companies can’t reach a deal Friday, BestTV will resell Brightcove services in Israel and TBS has ordered a pilot episode of Funny or Die’s Undercover Karaoke.

Cablevision Subscribers Face Loss of Fox Shows; there is a possibility that Cablevision’s customers will lose access to Fox programming if the cable company cannot come to new terms with News Corp. by Friday night. (NY Times)

BestTV to Resell Brightcove in Israel; following the agreement, BestTV will offer migration services to the Brightcove platform for its existing customers as well as for new prospects. (press release)

Funny Or Die Tapped for TBS Pilot; the comedy website announced Wednesday that a pilot for Undercover Karaoke has been ordered by TBS. (Associated Press)

Samsung: Glasses-Free 3D TV Unlikely in Next 5-10 Years; the TV maker said glasses-free 3-D TVs won’t be common in the next five to 10 years due to technical hurdles in mass-producing them at an affordable price. (Wall Street Journal)

CollegeHumor’s Move From “Viral One-Offs” to Web Series; online comedy video site CollegeHumor is trying out three longer-term, weekly series rather than its more typical viral hits. (BoomTown)

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