Vid-Biz: Comcast, YouTube, Disney

Comcast, NBC Execs Meet with FCC Commissioners; seeking approval for the Comcast-NBC deal, Brian Roberts and Jeff Zucker separately met with four of the five FCC commissioners, in discussions that have been called “introductory.” (Bloomberg)

YouTube Chief Says Ad Sales Are Soaring; co-founder Chad Hurley said the company had “two spectacular quarters” and that the site gets more than a billion views a day. (The Globe and Mail)

Disney Will Seek Retrans Fees in 2010; CEO Bob Iger said the company will be asking for compensation from affiliates and distributors next year. (Multichannel News)

Qwest Embraces Over-the-Top Video; carrier says it will enable OTT video viewing on the TV through set-top boxes from DirecTV. (Cable Digital News)

CBS Sees Ad Rebound Coming Soon; CEO Leslie Moonves said the company would be able to grab even more ad dollars when Nielsen begins counting viewers across multiple platforms. (Multichannel News)

Tremor Media Partners With DoubleVerify; the ad network will use DoubleVerify’s technology for increased accountability and transparency of video ad campaigns. (MediaPost)