Summary:

Today on the Net: Hulu considers raising money for a possible expansion in international markets, the FCC unanimously votes on a proposal to enable TV broadcasters to auction off spectrum and MLB has lots of viewers on mobile devices, but very little revenue so far.

Hulu Open to New Investors for Global Expansion; Hulu is maybe looking for new money to maybe launch services in international markets? This is a story worth reporting, Wall Street Journal? (WSJ)

FCC Swaps TV Spectrum for Mobile Broadband; the commission voted 5-0 for a notice of proposed rule making designed to address spectrum scarcity for mobile broadband services, but the plan is contingent on TV broadcasters voluntarily freeing up spectrum in preparation for 120MHz auctions. (Light Reading)

How Baseball Leads the Majors in Mobile; MLB Advanced Media CEO Bob Bowman said while one third of the eyeballs on MLB.com come from mobile devices, those visitors only generate 3 percent of its overall revenue. (AdAge)

Qualcomm CEO Comes Clean About Mobile TV Miscues; CEO Paul Jacobs estimated that around a million people signed up for FLO TV, which was far less than Qualcomm had wanted. (Wall Street Journal)

Equinix founder joins 3Crowd board; Jay Adelson, former co-founder and CTO of Equinix, has joined the board of directors of 3Crowd Technologies. (San Jose Business Journal)

myvideorights Expands to the US Market; myvideorights, which helps rights holders manage and monetize professionally produced videos online, launched in the U.S. (press release)

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