Monday Morning Vid-Biz Headlines


China’s Tudou Garners $19 million, venture capital investment lead by Capitol Today and General Catalyst Partners for the the site with 40 million viewers and a new ad platform. (release, earlier report here)

Kulabyte and On2 New Releases; the two digital video encoding platforms touting multi-core server support for increased speed and flexibility. (release, release)

NBC Digital to Add Features, including a site-wide social network, more “360” features for hits The Office and Heroes and streaming episodes of Late Night with Conan O’Brien. (email release)

Networks and YouTube Keeping Eye on Veoh, according to a profile in the grey lady, with concerns about piracy and lost ad impressions among critics of the site and VeohTV. (NY Times, NY Times Bits)

Andy Samberg Gets Glossy Treatment, with a magazine feature detailing his rise from internerd to the big screen. (New York Magazine)

Good Live-Streaming P2P Roundup; though Om thinks live is lame here are some places to do it. (TechCrunch)

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