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MySpace Getting Ready to Launch Primetime Application
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Tomorrow, MySpace will be launching the "MySpace Primetime Application", an app that allows users to embed, search, and watch content from Hulu and MySpaceTV on their pages. The application is a product of a partnership with Hulu, Warner Bros, and Sony.

Primetime App Page

YouTube, Hulu, iTunes Welcome “Sesame Street”

YouTube, Hulu, and iTunes have a received a high honor: the "Sesame Street" stamp of approval.  This much-loved PBS program is in the process of establishing and/or expanding its presence on each of these sites.

YouTube Reaches Deal With MGM On Films

YouTube is set to announce today that it has reached an agreement with MGM to show full-length television shows and films from the studio.

MGM says it will post old episodes of its "American Gladiators" program to YouTube on one channel.

MGM will also post full-length action films like "Bulletproof Monk" and "The Magnificent Seven" along with clips from popular movies like "Legally Blonde." The content will be free to watch and ad supported.

Google and Others Provide Halloween Fun
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For those of you sitting around this evening either avoiding trick-or-treaters, or just simply looking for some ghostly entertainment to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve, Google has some special content set aside for you.

Not only are they featuring some Halloween Books on the front page of Google Book Search:

Google Halloween Books

MTV Website Trying To Find People To View Music Videos

Mtv_music The original go to place for music videos has launched a new web site aime

Joost Gets Serious About Online Video Competition
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Today, Joost launched a new flash-based version of its popular (but not popular enough) online video service, which will allow users to use it without having to download an application. They announced over a month ago that they would be launching this, but it has just now finally come to fruition.

Live From The Web, It

Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels and NBC are working on a Web-video site dedicated to the iconic sketch show. The site would allow fans to download individual sketches, clips, and even dress rehearsal skits that never aired.

Live From The Web, It
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Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels and NBC are working on a Web-video site dedicated to the iconic sketch show. The site would allow fans to download individual sketches, clips, and even dress rehearsal skits that never aired.

Live From The Web, It

Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels and NBC are working on a Web-video site dedicated to the iconic sketch show. The site would allow fans to download individual sketches, clips, and even dress rehearsal skits that never aired.

Live From The Web, It

Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels and NBC are working on a Web-video site dedicated to the iconic sketch show. The site would allow fans to download individual sketches, clips, and even dress rehearsal skits that never aired.

YouTube Finallly Looks to Full-Length TV Episodes
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YouTube has finally gotten to the point where they are going to start offering full-length episodes of TV shows, presumably to compete directly with Hulu and its ilk.

“Zack and Miri Make a Porno” Director Blogs for Hulu

Silent Bob SpeaksWhen visiting the Hulu blog today to see if they were up to anything worth writing about, I was greeted by a familiar voice (well, in text form). A voice that I have enjoyed for years through film, and "literature" (he’s got a couple books). A voice from a man who is ironically most famous for being silent.

Hulu To Show McCain-Obama Debates Live

There are all sorts of things that might keep folks from watching the presidential debates on TV: technical problems, appointments elsewhere, or spouses with a low tolerance for politicians.  Fortunately for them, Hulu plans to stream the last two debates live.

Potential Hulu/Joost Killer Begins Beta Testing
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A new player in the online video game is emerging in Sling.com. Well the service is new, not really the player. Owners Sling Media have been around for a while, focusing primarily on hardware, but that is all about to change, starting with Sling.com, which has just begun beta testing to select users.

NBC Olympics Coverage Proves Online Video’s Importance
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NBCNBC Sports had a good run with online video during the Olympics to say the least. They reported that they streamed over 12 million hours of Olympics content across its digital platforms, with 7 million visitors watching over 30 millions streams of live and Video On Demand content at NBCOlympics.com.

Just Watch the Movies on IMDB
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In what seems like an obvious move now that it has happened, Amazon’s IMDB (Internet Movie Database) has added streaming videos to the site. Sure, they offered trailers before, but now we’re talking full-length movies and television shows.

NBC Decides Not to Miss Out On the Apple Pie

NBC UniversalYou can tell that NBC Universal (NBC U) really appreciates the opportunities that the Internet can present them with.

Joost Trying to Play Catch Up
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As online video (particularly online TV) grows in popularity, at least one provider has been left in the rear view mirror. Joost, which excited many people upon its launch, isn’t so exciting anymore.

Amazon Looks for Bigger Piece of Online Video Pie
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Online video competition has just gotten a little more heated. Amazon Video On Demand is making over 40,000 movie and television show titles available for streaming. Before, customers could only download titles and watch them on a PC via Amazon’s Unbox or on their TiVo box. Now you can do that or stream the titles to watch them instantly.

Hulu Getting TV Before TV Gets TV
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In what could be a big push for Hulu and online video in general, NBC has decided to release new episodes of a few of its shows on Hulu before they even air on television.

Will Hulu Dethrone YouTube as Top Online Video Dog?
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Hulu, the online video site that came out of nowhere no more than 5 months ago, may be poised to dominate the online video sector altogether. YouTube has been the reigning king of this area of the web for years, but it may be getting ready to see the first legitimate threat to that reign.

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