Tuesday Morning Vid-Biz Headlines

TubeMogul Does Universal Video Uploading and Tracking; well not really, just seven top sites. (release)

KickApps Signing Bigger Customers; in partnership with Akamai is providing white-label social network services for BET, Scripps, HBO-Cinemax, and VIBE Magazine. (release, company blog)

MySpace Licenses Original Programming? Reportedly paying $400,000 per episode for QuarterLife by Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz of Blood Diamond, thirtysomething, and My So-Called Life, according to Stefanie Olsen at CNET. We asked MySpace too, they declined comment. (CNET)

In-Q-Tel Invests in MotionDSP, about $500,000 plus contracts for the video fingerprinting and enhancement firm. (VentureBeat, previous coverage)

Raw Digital to Help Brands Get Online Video; Raw Media Network now offers in-house web and mobile video production services. (emailed release, site)

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