Obama Administration Classifies Draft of Copyright Treaty; White House says details of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement are being kept secret in the interest of national security. (CNET)
Tim Armstrong to Become AOL Chairman and CEO; soon-to-be former Google ad exec still believes there is life left in the AOL brand. (All Things D)
Wiis to Get Moviies? President of digital media for Lionsgate thinks Nintendo’s popular game console will stream more video content by the end of the year. (Variety)
Stewart v. Cramer Interview Already Breaks the 300,000 Mark; three segments from the momentous meeting on last night’s The Daily Show have each broken 100,000 plays. (TheDailyShow.com) See our previous coverage.
YouTube Ban Lifted in Bangladesh; the video sharing site had been banned for a short time because of a recorded meeting between the prime minister and army officials following a mutiny. (Associated Press)
Broadcast TV Ad Spending Dropped 3.5 Percent in 2008; but while broadcast was down, cable and Hispanic cable TV were both up. (TVWeek)
Harmonic Completes Scopus Acquisition; video compression and cable infrastructure supplier finishes up the $50 million purchase of its competitor. (Broadcasting & Cable)