Vid-Biz: YouTube Lawsuit, AnySource, Family Guy


French Record Labels Sue YouTube; Societe Civile des Producteurs de Phonogrammes en France (SPPF) claims copyright infringement and says the video-sharing site is hosting 100 music vids from its members. (Variety)

AnySource Gets AP Content; agreement will put web video from the news organization on the TV. (release)

FOX Launches the “Freakin’ Sweet Family Guy” App; includes 20 clips from the animated show and the ability for users to make their own video mix. (Variety)

Outcast Partnering With AdtekMedia; two companies forming joint venture to control 12,600 screens on gas pumps in 15 different markets. (The New York Times)

YouTube Celebs Sign on for JetBlue Promotion; Kevin Nalts and Delphine Dijon among those hitching a free ride to L.A. and documenting their experience. (Ad Age)

Don’t Expect LCD TV Prices to Drop; DisplaySearch says panel prices are on the rise because of increased TV demand from China. (Gadgetwise)

Videosurf Lets You Search Videos Through Twitter; Tweet “@videosurf s [search term]” and the company will reply with a Tweet with results. (Videosurf Blog)

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