Summary:

Today on the Net: Disney could make billions with its Netflix deal, but other studios have declared war against the subscription service. Also: 3-D TVs just don’t sell and BitTorrent fans can download the second episode of Pioneer One.

Disney Could Gain $2B Plus From Netflix Deal; the deal is expected to earn Disney anywhere between $150 million and $200 million during its 1-year period. (Seeking Alpha)

Online Video Ad Network SpotXchange Raises $12 Million; the money will be used to further build-out its video ad solution and also to expand internationally. (VideoNuze)

The Stunt Man; can CollegeHumor’s Ricky Van Veen turn viral funny into the future of TV? (Nymag.com)

Diary of a cable cord cutter: Final entry; in which CNet’s David Katzmaier uncuts his cord. (Crave)

The studios will lose the “war” with Netflix; Why? Because consumers are in charge. (AR&D)

Best Buy: 3D, Net-Connected TVs Selling Poorly; the retailer blamed weaker-than-expected fiscal third quarter results in part on consumer reluctance to buy more expensive 3DTVs and Internet-connected sets. (Broadcasting & Cable)

Pioneer One, The BitTorrent Exclusive TV-Series Continues; the second episode of the crowsourced, made for P2P TV show was released today, with two more to follow in the weeks to come. (TorrentFreak)

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