Vid-Biz: Video Arrest, Tvigle, Fallon

Australian Man Charged for Uploading Baby Swinging Video; 60-year-old Chris Illingworth arrested after re-posting a viral video of a man swinging a baby around by the arms. (theage.com.au via BoingBoing)

Moscow Venture Fund Puts $5M into Tvigle; venture capital fund managed by Allianz Rosno will take a 24-percent stake in the content company. (Quintura Blog)

First-Look at Fallon’s Late-Night Show Debuts Tonight Online; nightly 5-minute episodes of the forthcoming late-night talk show will feature the comedian doing bits and offer glimpses behind the scenes as the show is created. (Variety)

FOXSports.com Taps EveryZing; partnership will allows fans to look for specific keywords in video clips online. (MediaPost)

TV Guide (the Magazine) to Launch Online Companion; only problem — the owners of the print publication do not own the online TVGuide.com business. (paidContent)

Content Distribution News; Jaman to distribute 60Frames content such as Who Cut the Cake?, Carpet Bros. and Lonely Corn Muffin. (emailed release); Blinkbox Signs Big Studios; film and TV site gets content from 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures Television International and Warner Bros. Television. (emailed release)

Filmmaker to Install Video Camera in Fake Eye; Rob Spence’s prosthetic eye will have a built-in wireless video camera to record everything he sees. (Gadget Lab Blog)

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