Today on the Net: Netflix’s average revenue per subscriber continues to decline as it pushes the $8.99 per month plan, Disney and Warner Bros. won a $400,000 judgment against an advertiser on a pirate site and startup VYou enables users to create a video conversation.

Netflix’s Revenue Per Subscriber is Steadily Declining; Netflix’s emphasis on the $8.99 per month entry tier is resulting in a steady quarterly decrease in its average revenue per paying subscriber. (VideoNuze)

Disney, Warner Win $400k Case Against Firm With Ads on Pirate Sites; damages were levied against Triton Media, which the courts have thus found guilty of “contributory copyright infringement” and “inducement to infringe.” (Fast Company)

YouTube Meets Formspring With Video Q&A Site VYou; the core function of VYou is to enable a video conversation, allowing you to send and receive messages with friends and experts at your own pace. (TechCrunch)

Babelgum Founder Installs Former PR As New CEO; web video service Babelgum has appointed its third chief executive, with former chief marketing officer Stefania Valenti replacing Valerio Zingarelli. (paidContent)

Accused ‘Hurt Locker’ Pirates Turn to Law School; Robert Talbot, a law professor at the University of San Francisco, is representing 23 people accused by independent film studios of copyright violations. (CNET)

MobiTV Aims To Avoid Fate Of FLO TV; offered as a stand-alone service and through carrier partners, MobiTV has grown from three to 13 million subscribers in just the last three years. (MediaPost)

Keeping the Party Going at Viacom; the company recently signed off on a five-year, $1 billion deal with Netflix to make movies available on the Web through the Epix movie channel, in which Viacom owns the biggest stake. (Wall Street Journal)

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