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Vid-Biz: KickApps, Disney, Charter

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Hearst-Argyle Taps KickApps; the social media/video platform to power “u local” UGC efforts, allowing people to upload photo and video important to their community. (VideoNuze)

Disney Eyeing Online Video Service? At a conference CEO Bob Iger says the Mouse House is considering a subscription-based online video rental service. (Nikki Finke)

Charter Communications Bundling Sports TV and Web Video Access; $10 a month extra will give subscribers a sports TV package including content on the Internet — but no live games. (Multichannel News)

Dailymotion Partners with Cinetic; agreement gives video portal exclusive rights to show one independent feature film each quarter. (release)

Obama Nominates Genachowski for FCC Chair; nominee has a reputation for being pro network neutrality. (CED)

Glitches Return to Netflix Streaming, Users Blame Silverlight; complaints of poor video quality popped up over the weekend; company says it hasn’t pinpointed the problem, and it has only impacted a small number of users. (CNET)

Charlie Murphy to Launch Web Series on Crackle; Charlie Murphy’s Crash Comedy will feature sketches and parodies from the Chappelle’s Show alum. (Hollywood Reporter)

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