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Vid-Biz: YouTube, Comcast, Cablevision-Scripps

YouTube Profits Coming this Year; Google CEO Eric Schmidt tells the FT he expects YouTube to make it into the black some time in 2010. (Financial Times) Also, YouTube’s deals with Channels 4 and Five are seen as key examples of commercial partnerships that are boosting Google’s sales in the UK. (paidContent:UK)

Former Charter CEO to Lead Comcast’s Cable Business; former Charter CEO Neil Smit was appointed as the new President of Comcast Cable Communications, where he will be responsible for all business aspects of the company’s cable operations. (TechCrunch)

Cablevision And Scripps Settle Their Differences; the companies have reached an agreement that paves the way for the return of the Food Network and HGTV programming to the cable operator’s system. (paidContent)

AOL VP Jumps To KickApps; the widget maker named former AOL VP Grant Cerny as its new SVP of Product Marketing. (MediaPost)

CNN Tries on Its Edgier Side with VBS.TV Deal; VBS.TV is going to be showing some of their more newsy videos on (Tubefilter)

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