Vid-Biz: Cablevision on the iPad, Viacom Earnings, Tunerfish App

“Life In A Day” YouTube Project Receives 80K Videos; YouTube has announced that they’ve received 80,000 videos from 197 countries documenting the day of July 24th for the upcoming Ridley Scott-produced documentary. (WebProNews)

Cablevision to Deliver Live TV & VOD to the iPad; Cablevision says it is developing IP video applications that will allow subscribers to view cable programming on broadband-connected devices, including Apple iPads and a range of smartphones. (Light Reading Cable)

Viacom Profits Surge, But Home Entertainment Revenues Stumble; Viacom showed the benefits of having a dual revenue streams, as its networks division saw revenues rise 6.4 percent and profit gain 14 percent. (paidContent)

Introducing Tunerfish for iPhone; the first release is a full-featured version of its recently launched social discovery engine for TV, movies, and online video. (Tunerfish blog)

Hyperlocal Gets Highbrow In Public TV Online Video Joint Venture; Capital New York is getting a big profile boost from a video series called City Portraits in a joint venture with local PBS affiliate WNET’s Thirteen.org. (paidContent)

PGA.com Announces 2010 PGA Championship iPhone App Now Available; the PGA Championship app offers a $1.99 in-app purchase to get exclusive access of live video for the marquee groups on all four days of play. (press release)

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