Vid-Biz: Fox Mobile, Rogers Online, Clearleap

Fox Mobile Releases Hulu-like Mobile App ; the app, which launched in beta, comes loaded with TV shows from 25 content partners, including Hulu’s joint venture partners News Corp and NBC Universal, as well as The Food Network, A&E, CBS, TLC, USA and MTV. (paidContent)

Rogers Launches Online TV Site With 1,500 Hours of Content; the Canadian MSO has officially launched its TV Everywhere authentication site, expanding the service to more than 1,500 hours of video content, as well as offering select live sports and events over the web. (Multichannel News)

Mediacom Deploys Clearleap’s Web System for VOD, Ads; the MSO expects to use the Clearleap system to manage content and advertising assets for VOD and linear channels, helping Mediacom to deliver additional local and special-interest programming. (Multichannel News)

ITV Formalizing Twin-Screen Strategy for the World Cup; the UK broadcaster is formalizing its efforts to create an online initiative called ITV Live, just in time for World Cup broadcasts this summer. (paidContent:UK)

Gaga and Bieber’s Managers Say MySpace Is Dead; Troy Carter, Lady Gaga’s manager, and Scooter Braun, Justin Bieber’s manager, say they are focused on created videos that are YouTube- and Twitter-friendly. (VentureBeat)

Supreme Court Rules Pirate Bay Must Stay Blocked; the Supreme Court in Denmark has just ruled that The Pirate Bay must continue to be blocked, upholding previous rulings by lower courts. (TorrentFreak)