Vid-Biz: Wimbledon, Broadcom, CNN

iStreamPlanet to Stream Wimbledon; company will work with Microsoft on content acquisition, encoding and distribution of the tennis grand slam tournament. (release)

Broadcom Chips Selected for Net-Connected LG TVs; company’s BCM3549 digital TV (DTV) system-on-a-chip will be integrated into the sets. (release)

CNN Gets Twitterpated (Twitterhated?) Over Iran Coverage; lack of election stories send Twitter-sphere into action, calling the cable news outlet. (The New York Times)

Is Hulu “Anti-American?” Wall Street analysts say that putting premium studio and network content online for free harms the value of that content and trains consumers to think they are entitled to watch professional content online without paying for it. (Deadline Hollywood Daily)

YuMe Raises $2.9 Million; video ad network takes $2.9 million of a $4.5 million round of equity. (VentureBeat)

ABC News Collecting Questions Online for Interview With the President; starting tomorrow, ABCNews.com will take your questions about health care for its “Questions for the President; Prescription for America” show. (ABCNews.com)

Axelist Heading to TV; site which calls itself “America’s Complaint Department” partnering with Prometheus Entertainment to create a half-hour show. (Variety)

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