Italian Judge Gives Google Case the Green Light; suit against Google over a video of a disabled teen being bullied not thrown out; next step is a procedural hearing on March 17. (USA Today) See our previous coverage.
So Far, So Good for Early DTV Switchers; calls from consumers are more about setting up their new converter boxes than being taken by surprise. (Broadcasting & Cable)
Universal Fights Redbox’s Lawsuit; studio won’t provide its DVDs to the dollar-rental kiosk company; Redbox sued, Universal filed a motion to dismiss the suit. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Magnify.net Partners with NYmag.com; Magnify will provide video encoding, a custom video player, video discovery and curation for the magazine. (release)
Analyst: YouTube Selling More Ads to Bigger Advertisers; survey from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster says YouTube running more in-video ads than it was previously and that bigger brands like Adidas and Disney are participating. (paidContent)
Watch Analog TV Being Shut Off; Orlando artist Brian Feldman gathered a few old TV sets and videoed them as the analog signal was turned off. (Lost Remote)