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Channel Five Signs Online Video Deal with CBS; Channel Five has signed a deal with CBS to make its programming available on the U.S. network’s on-demand video web site (

Wal-Mart Shutting Down Vudu’s Adult Section; an email has been sent out by Vudu letting its After Dark partners know that the section will be discontinued. (TechCrunch)

Tremor Moves in Real Time; video ad network has announced key improvements to its targeting products, including the use of real-time audience data. (MediaPost)

FCC Proposing TV Spectrum Auction; the agency plans to give broadcasters a chance to turn in their spectrum in exchange for an auction pay-off. (Multichannel News)

Reelzchannel Reels in FiOS Carriage Deal; Reelzchannel has signed a video-on-demand programming distribution deal with Verizon’s FiOS TV. (Multichannel News)

Netflix Cheers Cablevision’s PC-to-TV Play; a Netflix exec welcomed Cablevision’s move to test a product that will easily allow web surfers to bring online video content to the TV. (Light Reading)

CBS CEO Moonves Gets New Five-Year Deal; CBS has reached a new employment agreement with CEO Leslie Moonves, superseding an existing deal that was scheduled to expire in 2011 and extending his employment through 2015. (Multichannel News)