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Today on the Net: Cablevision is finally rolling out its network DVR service to select users, National Geographic has picked up YouTube’s Life In a Day for theatrical distribution and Microsoft is trying to block TiVo DVR imports with a U.S. trade complaint.

Cablevision’s Network DVR Debuts in the Bronx; The cable company’s network DVR service is finally available to certain cable subscribers in the New York borough of the Bronx. (Light Reading Cable)

National Geographic Films Picks Up Life In A Day; The non-profit will release the film theatrically day-and-date along with YouTube, which helped orchestrate the massive project, on July 24. (Hollywood Reporter)

Microsoft Moves To Block TiVo Imports With U.S. Trade Complaint; Microsoft filed a U.S. trade complaint on Monday seeking to block TiVo from importing set-top boxes. (WinRumors)

Charter’s TV Everywhere Rollout on Hold; Charter lacks the agreements with programmers needed to market a site featuring content from dozens of networks. (Light Reading Cable) Related: Instead, Charter is rolling out improved DVRs with TiVo. (press release)

Little Movie ‘Mojo’ at Netflix Streaming; Of the top 100 theatrical releases in 2010, just nine movies are currently available for streaming to Netflix subscribers. (Home Media Magazine)

Adap.tv Strikes Flingo Deal To Better Monetize TV; The companies say the new partnership will enable publishers to reach and monetize from advertisers millions of Internet-connected devices including TVs, set-top boxes and Blu-ray players. (MediaPost)

Video Monetization Startup Auditude Gains $11 Million In Funding, New CEO; The video management and monetization technology provider raised $11 million in funding from Granite Ventures, Greylock Partners, Redpoint Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank. (TechCrunch)

BlipSnips Makes Your Facebook Videos Stand Out With Captions & Advanced Tags; With BlipSnips, you can tag the exact moment on the video timeline when they appear on camera. (ReelSEO)

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