Summary:

Today on the Net: Porn consumers get to enjoy a cloud-based experience that mainstream VOD is still missing, Bones fans can use an new iPad app to get context-relevant content and people send a whole lot of tweets during the Super Bowl.

Fox Follows ABC Into iPad Sync Space With Bones App; the app includes polls, social-media integration and even a “jukebox” that allows viewers to purchase songs they hear in the episode via iTunes. (paidContent)

For Hollywood, the Price Must Be Right; studios want to make up for lost revenue with premium rentals, but that may be a really bad idea. (Wall Street Journal)

Confirmed: UK’s YouView IPTV JV Delayed To 2012; the catch-up service now says it says it “will have a product in trial by the end of this year, with a full consumer launch planned in early 2012.” (paidContent)

Now That AOL Has Huffpo, Where’s the Video?; one has to give credit to the Huffington Post for a lot of things. Video is not one of them. (AdAge)

Porn studio could teach Apple, Google about cloud; Pink Visual appears to be among the first filmmakers in the United States to offer the kind of streaming-video features that Apple and Google were said to be considering last year. (Media Maverick)

#superbowl; during the final moments of the game, fans sent 4,064 Tweets per second (TPS) – the highest TPS for any sporting event. (Twitter Blog)

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