Vid-Biz: Adobe, PBS, Zucker


Adobe Drops Flash Support for PowerPC G3; Flash Player 10.1 will be the last to support PowerPC-based G3 computer, which was last made in 1999. (CNET)

YouTube Adds PBS NewsHour; the official NewsHour YouTube channel will have reports from the NewsHour television broadcast posted the same night the broadcast airs on PBS. (

Zucker Signs a New Contract; the deal with NBC Universal will keep the CEO at the company through 2013. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Digital Will Be Biggest Concern for Comcast/NBCU; a new Futuresource report predicts the Comcast/NBCU merger will be focusing on new delivery models. (Video Business)

Liguori Signs $4.7 Million Employment Deal; new Discovery Communications exec signs three-year deal that includes $1 million base salary and $3.7 million in incentives. (Multichannel News)

Cisco Predicts Online Video Will Move to a Paid/Subscription Model; Director of Service Provider Video Marketing Murali Nemani says the advertising model is not working, and publishers will need to find new ways to monetize assets. (Beet.TV)

Gotcha Media Partners with Ooyala to Deliver Live MMA Video; companies clock more than 15,000 concurrent viewers in Japan during first collaboration. (emailed release)

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