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Today on the Net: Google is reportedly working on striking deals for an expanded video rental service to be heavily promoted next year, between the Comcast NBCU merger and net neutrality the FCC has a lot on its plate and Hulu increased its 2010 revenue forecast.

Google To Expand And Market Movie Streaming Service In 2011; Yet another streaming VOD service to fight with Amazon and Vudu. Yawn. (TechCrunch)

FCC Decisions on Internet Access, Comcast-NBC Merger Approaching; TV is getting an extreme Internet makeover, and questions over what shows viewers will get online and how much they pay for them could soon be resolved by the commission. (Washington Post)

Hulu Ups Forecast for $260M in 2010 Revenue; Just a month ago the company said it would hit $240 million in revenue this year, and it’s more than double the $108 million the company brought in last year. (CNBC)

Vevo (Finally) Launches Free iPad App; the music video site has launched a free application for the iPad, marking the first time thousands of music videos will be available for streaming on the device. (Adweek)

Blockbuster Kiosks to Wait for Warner Films; Don’t expect to find new Warner Bros. movies in Blockbuster Express kiosks the same day the DVDs hit store shelves. (CNET)

Meredith Launches Video Network For Women; As video presents ever-greater ad opportunities online, Meredith Corporation on Wednesday launched its own female-focused video network. (MediaPost)

TV Sites Record Big Gains, Less Reach In Video Ads; Top TV-based online businesses witnessed mostly gains in video advertising, according to the latest comScore results. (MediaPost)

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