Vid-Biz: Viacom, ACTA, Google TV


Yahoo secures Premier League highlights; U.K. users will be able to watch highlights of the English Premier League on Yahoo from the start of the 2010/11 season. (Broadband TV News)

Sony Said to Announce TVs With Intel Chips, Google Tools in May; Google TV sets will be based on Android, use Intel Dragonpoint chips. (Bloomberg)

Craig Crawford: ‘Convinced’ Web Video Content is ‘the Future’; former MSNBC political analyst says he’s a big believer in the power and potential of online video content. (Mediabistro)

Free puts channels on Apple iPad; French IPTV network Free has made available 20 TV channels to subscribers that have access to an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. (Broadband TV News)

Vidiactive Reveal Social Television Platform; U.K.-based start-up pitches Vidiportal online platform and Vidibox software to CE makers and IPTV vendors. (emailed release)

Viacom’s Profit Rises, Helped by Cable-TV Business; Viacom reported a profit of $245 million in Q1 due to TV ad sales growth, but box office revenue was down 18 percent. (Wall Street Journal)

Entanet UK Demands ISPs Get Equal Representation in Copyright Treaty; ISP wants to have a seat at the table for ACTA treaty talks. (ISP Review)

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