Vid-Biz: EchoStar, MobiTV, Buckley

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EchoStar Must Pay $103.1M, Plus Interest; judge says EchoStar in contempt of permanent injunction against infringing on TiVo DVR patent. (MediaWeek)

MobiTV Has 7M Subscribers; live mobile television service now on 350 handsets and 20 carrier networks. (release)

Michael Buckley Shares Secrets of YouTube Success; among them, “Don’t call people fans” and “Don’t let praise or mean comments go to your head.” (post, video)

NBCU Digital Studio Adapts Sundance Short; Nestea will sponsor 10-episode run of CTRL-Z starring Chuck’s Zachary Levi and Arrested Development’s Tony Hale. (MediaWeek) Update: NBC says Levi will not be in the web series.

Emmy Screeners Again Go Digital; more networks exploring money-saving measures to send voters their content. (Variety)

News Corp Looking for Paid Content and Bundling Opps; so says its new chief digital officer, Jonathan Miller. (The Hollywood Reporter)

hi5 to Distribute Televisa Video; as part of deal, Televisa will sell hi5 ads in Latin America. (release)

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