Vid-Biz: Viacom & Google, Clicker, Omniture

Viacom vs. Google Court Battle Heats Up; the copyright fight being waged by Viacom against Google will move into a crucial stage on Friday, when both companies are expected to file motions for summary judgment. (CNET)

Clicker Redesigns Its Online Video Guide; with a web site redesign it unveiled on Thursday, Clicker hopes to guide viewers to the shows they want. (NY Times Bits blog)

Omniture in Three-Screen Data Pact With NBC for Online Video Reporting; Omniture is developing a three-screen system for analyzing consumer interest and behavior, and has signed up NBC as one of its first customers for the solution. (Beet.TV)

YouTube Will Be Profitable in 2010; Patrick Walker, director of partnerships for YouTube, said he expects the online video service to be profitable this year. (Broadband TV News)

Sky Plans Germany’s First Live 3-D Telecast; Sky Deutschland is following in the footsteps of its UK counterpart with a live 3-D transmission of the Bundesliga. (Broadband TV News)

HDMI Group Releases 3D-TV Version of Spec; the entity responsible for licensing the High-Definition Multimedia Interface specification has released version 1.4a of the spec, which adds mandatory 3-D formats for broadcast content. (Multichannel News)