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Veoh not liable for pirated video

A federal judge in the US has ruled that the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s safe harbour provisions protected Veoh, the video-sharing site – from liability for hosting pirated clips uploaded…

Internet TV sales to rise six-fold by 2013

After more than a dozen years of failing to live up to its promise, web access on the television is finally ready for prime time, with retail sales of Internet-Enabled…

US TV viewing moving online

Nearly one out of four US households watches TV online, up from 20 per cent last year, reports The Conference Board and TNS. And Hulu.com is fast becoming the hot…

YouTube $300m on bandwidth – no profit

YouTube will spend approximately $300 million on bandwidth in 2009 — meaning it won’t be profitable, according to an analysis by Credit Suisse. According to the report' authors that means…

Online TV ads up?

A recent study revealed that media buyers will be increasing their budgets for online video advertising. According to a biannual report from the video advertising network Web TV Enterprise, which…

AT&T video portal

AT&T has publicly launched the beta version of a video portal — which serves up free TV shows and movies to any Internet user, and promises even more to U-verse…

YouTube to offer pay movies?

YouTube is reportedly in negotiations with major Hollywood studios for a deal that would see full-length movies on the service. It would put YouTube, owned by Google, in direct competition…

Ten Sports Launches India's First, Streaming Cricket Portal

Ten Sports, the most watched sports channel in Indian and NBC Universal Digital Solutions (NBCUDS), have an agreed to develop and launch a free, cricket-focused multiplatform sports portal targeting the…

Microsoft: TV faces ‘iTunes moment’

The TV industry has as little as two years to create viable digital businesses or face a version of the “iTunes moment” that saw the music business cede the online…

US online video market soars in July

comScore has released July 2009 data from the comScore Video Metrix service, showing that 158 million US Internet users watched online video during the month, the largest audience ever recorded.…