Vid-Biz: Netflix in Canada, News Corp-Cablevision, Comcast-DirecTV

Netflix To Unveil Canadian Service; Netflix CEO Reed Hastings will be in Toronto Wednesday to launch an online video subscription service that allows Canadians to stream their favorite flicks and TV shows for a monthly fee. (The Hollywood Reporter)

News Corp., Cablevision Square Off; News Corp began running ads addressed to Cablevision’s subscribers, warning that if a new TV-rights deal isn’t struck soon, viewers could lose Fox shows including football games and Glee. (Wall Street Journal)

In Comcast-DirecTV G4 Talks, There’s No Playing Around; G4’s current deal with DirecTV expires at the end of the month, and the network took out a full-page ad in the L.A. Times touting its ratings success with young men. (LA Times)

Netflix Beats Blockbuster With Clicks, Not Bricks; No description necessary. (NY Times)

CBS Taps Yahoo To Promote Fall Premieres; the broadcaster will surround online and mobile users across the Yahoo network, including its home page, email service, mobile front page and Yahoo Messenger with CBS marketing messages. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Univision Relaunches Local Sites; the programmer’s media division relaunched all 72 of its online and mobile TV and radio Web sites in the top 20 Hispanic markets. (MediaWeek)

Discovery Chief Backs TV Everywhere; Discovery Communications CEO David Zaslav said the programmer would be open to the TV Everywhere concept if it were profitable. (Multichannel News)