Summary:

Today on the Net: The Young Turks sign up with Revision3, early adopters of the 2nd gen Apple TV users are having rental time and HDMI issues and Netflix may be offering studios and networks $100,000 an episode for current TV shows.

The Young Turks Join Revision3; the popular YouTube news channel has signed up for multi-platform distribution. (Revision3)

Apple TV users reporting long rental wait times, HDMI issues; Early adopters are reporting issues with streaming HD rentals and “HDMI handshakes” between the new Apple TV and their HD TVs. (AppleInsider)

Primetime Netflix; A source says that Netflix is willing to offer $70,000-$100,000 an episode for current primetime content. (NY Post)

New TV Comedies Show Uptick in Viewer Engagement vs. Last Year; This seasonŐs new comedies, including Mike and Molly and Raising Hope, are showing a significant uptick in viewer engagement with a 5 percent increase over last year. (Nielsen Blog)

SamsungŐs Now Served Up 1 Million Apps Via Its Web-Connected HDTVs, Google TVĘWhat?; over a million apps have been downloaded to connected Samsung HDTVs, despite there only being 200 available apps. (Techcrunch)

An Exciting New Partner for blip.tv; the online video network partners with the Chevy Volt for pre-roll ads. (Blip.tv blog

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