NBC.com Partners with Kiptronic for Mobile Ads; agreement will let NBC.com dynamically serve ads on its mobile platform. (emailed release)
YuMe Launches New Video Ad Unit; the InSynch Video Takeover allows an in-stream video ad and an in-page banner ad to be synchronized so messages can move back and forth between them. (release)
Warner Bros. Television Group Partners with AOL for Socialthing; service will incorporate AIM and ICQ to let visitors on sites such as TheWB.com, KidsWB.com and Momlogic.com share and comment with friends. (release)
Tokbox Changes CEOs (Again); browser-based video chat company replaces Nick Triantos with Ian Small. (GigaOM)
Q&A with Jason Kilar About Disney; Hulu CEO talks about adding ABC content to his company’s ranks, content windowing and authentication. (paidContent) If you have questions for Mr. Kilar, he’s agreed to field some over at the Freakonomics Blog.
HBO Putting Parts of Alzheimer’s Project Online; portions of the documentary as well as 15 supplemental films surrounding the series will appear on YouTube, iTunes, MySpace and Facebook. (Multichannel News)
Pink: The Series Director Launches New Web Series; from Streamy winner Blake Calhoun comes 88 Hits, a mockumentary about mobsters that debuts on KoldCast TV today. (KoldCast TV)