Vid-Biz: comScore, Hulu, Nascar

comScore to “Delink” Video Ads and Content in New Tabulation; beginning with its June numbers, comScore will count videos and related ads separately, delinking the two. (Beet.TV)

VidMe Launches for Personal Video Sharing; the new video site, which goes live today, lets people share videos privately with only a chosen group of friends. (NY Times)

Hulu Said to Be in Talks With CBS, Viacom as Paid Service Nears; programming from both media companies could become part of a paid offering as early as September. (Bloomberg)

Nascar, Turner Team On 3-D; NASCAR has partnered with Turner Sports to roll out a 3-D broadcast from the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on July 3. (FierceOnlineVideo)

Break Media Gets in Touch With Its Feminine Side; the Los Angeles-based company has added 23 new categories, including some that are skewed toward women, such as parenting, shopping and travel. (ClickZ)

Samsung Will Use Widevine’s Technologies Worldwide; Samsung already uses Widevine to deliver connected TV experiences with products in the United States. That cooperation will soon expand globally, both companies announced today. (Streaming Media)

Kantar Debuts Tool To Analyze DirecTV Set-Top Data; Kantar’s new software lets customers analyze live and DVR audience viewing behaviors at a second-by-second level across more than 350 channels. (Multichannel News)

Channel 4 Back To £3 Million Online Profit; online video investment is now paying off for Channel 4, as its Future Media division turned in a £3.2 million ($4.8 million) operating profit during 2009. (paidContent:UK)

Bing Improves Search For Music, TV, Movies And Gaming; Microsoft unveiled improved results for entertainment search queries on the Bing search engine. (paidContent)