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Vid-Biz: Hulu, Hadopi 2, Insurance

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More Hulu Subscription Talk; during an investor conference, Zucker and Murdoch say they are looking to ways to further monetize the site but (still) don’t offer up any details. (Multichannel News) Rupe and Zuck are definitely interested in making more money off the premium content portal if Soleil Securities analyst Laura Martin is to be believed; in a new report, she says Hulu will cost the networks $920 per viewer in advertising if the network audiences are cannibalized by the site. (MediaPost)

French Government Passes “Hadopi 2” Anti-Piracy Law; controversial law got revamped and isn’t quite as harsh, but still imposes fines up to $440,837 and two years in jail for illegal file downloaders. (The Hollywood Reporter)

NBCU and American Family Insurance Roll Out Web Series; branded entertainment show In Gayle We Trust revolves around “an understanding” insurance agent. Wow, that’s hard to type with a straight face. (MediaWeek)

Colbert to Stream Full Albums from Performing Acts; The Flaming Lips and The Mountain Goats will appear on the show, and put their albums up for a limited time on before their release. (Variety)

Nano Ad Goofs? Does the new commercial obfuscate the truth about the awkwardly placed camera lens? (The Apple Blog)