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MySpace Switches CDNs; the social network behemoth has chosen to go with Akamai over Limelight, having quietly shifted providers over the course of the last few months. (Silicon Alley Insider)

People Want Local News On Demand, at least according to the Television Bureau of Advertising, which reported significant increases in local news ratings when time-shifted views within seven days of air date were taken into account. (MediaPost)

Fox Affiliates Approve MyFox Platform, local stations agree to adopt the platform developed by Fox Interactive, which makes affiliate sites consistent while allowing for some regional touches — the move doesn’t affect the Fox on Demand streaming-video service. (TV Week)

Quantcast Improves Flash Reporting Metrics; API and Actionscript routines make it easy for Flash developers to report relevant metrics to Quantcast servers, which in turn generate automated reports. (site)

Nokia Partners with Tropest, shoot a “Slice of Life” clip under 30 seconds in length on any video-capable mobile phone and enter to win a trip to New York City to see your clip screened at the [email protected] (release)

NFL Upgrades Video Player, viewers can send a URL but embeds still aren’t being allowed by the league, which has been hyper-vigilant about unauthorized distribution. (DigiSpo)