Vid Biz: South Park Lawsuit, Netflix vs. Hulu, Cord Cutting Activism

Do Online Viewers Watch Less TV? New Poll’s Findings Might Surprise You; Nielsen thinks online viewers watch more linear TV, Evercore Partners calls NewTeeVee Live “the epicenter for cord cutting activism.” (The Hollywood Reporter)

Comcast’s Top Digital Exec Amy Banse to Open New Silicon Valley Equity Fund for Cable Giant and NBC; the president of Comcast Interactive Media is shifting into a job as head of a new Silicon Valley-based equity fund aimed at making digital investments for the television cable giant. (BoomTown)

‘South Park’ Sued for Stealing from YouTube; the producers of the animated hit, including Viacom and Comedy Central, are being sued for allegedly ripping off a copyrighted music video for the viral phenomenon What What (In the Butt). (THR, Esq.)

How to Sell on YouTube, Without Showing a Video; by making comments, companies can engage potential customers in conversation. (WSJ)

Netflix Unbound; Will burgeoning video force hasten Hulu’s demise? (Mediaweek)


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