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Vid-Biz: Comcast, Veeple, YouTube

Comcast Doesn’t Admit to BitTorrent Blocking; in the wake of the Comcast/BitTorrent agreement, the cable company takes exception to statements made by the FCC chairman regarding its so-called network management practices. (Multichannel News)

Veeple Joins the Clickable Video Fray; company uses Flash to recognize and embed links and ads through an interactive overlay. (VentureBeat)

Google Comes Under Fire for Lack of Content Filters; MPs in the U.K. lambasted YouTube for not employing a single person to proactively monitor content after a video of a gang rape was posted to the site. (Guardian)

Hardly Anyone is Watching CNBC Plus; the business channel’s premium web streaming service has pulled in 15,000 paying subscribers — since late 2006. (paidContent)

Major League Baseball Calls Up Inlet Technologies; company’s Spinnaker technology to power the MLB.TV live broadcasting service. (Broadcasting & Cable)

Rogers Taps Rentrak; Canada’s largest cable operator signs up for VOD measurement service. (The Hollywood Reporter)

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