Vid-Biz: Super Bowl, NCTA, Bardem

Super Bowl Ads to Cost $3M; and that’s just the entry-level spot. (The Wall Street Journal)

NCTA President: “Broadband providers do not block access to content”; Kyle McSlarrow testifies on Capital Hill that there is “no market failure” warranting Net Neutrality law. (Broadcasting and Cable)

Javier Bardem to do Web PSA; Academy Award-winning actor to appear in Spanish-language commercial to raise awareness about Saharan refugees. (Variety)

ABCNews.com Continues Record Growth; news site pulled in 221.7 million page views, 22 million unique viewers; video views up 50 percent over same time last year. (Lost Remote)

This Old House Crew Enters Blog Cabin; fans of the shows can vote online on the final design for a fire pit to be built by the collaboration. (Multichannel News)

It’s Jerry Time Creator Launching Online Animation Festival; Webjam will debut this month in Brookline, Mass., featuring web classics like JibJab and Happy Tree Friends. (WebJam)

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