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Massify, Lionsgate Incubator Film Projects to Screen on YouTube

Santa Monica, Calif. - Movie studio Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF) on Tuesday announced the launch of its Lionsgate Incubator joint project with online content creation network Massify, which the...

Survey: Moms Sharing Product Opinions via Social Media

San Diego - A recent survey of 1,725 mothers found that 51% share their opinions about products on Facebook, 39% posted reviews on retail sites like...

YouTube Gets Live Obama Interview; Will Ask Users' Questions

San Bruno, Calif. - Google's (NASD: GOOG) YouTube will host a live interview with President Barack Obama next week, during which he will answer questions posed by users...

Report: Apple in Talks with Networks on 99-Cent TV Episodes

New York - Apple (NASD: AAPL) is negotiating with U.S. television networks to lower the price tag of standard-definition TV show downloads from its iTunes Store from...

INgrooves Adds E-books, Printed Media to Distribution Platform

San Francisco - Looking to capitalize on the nascent e-book market, digital music and video distribution firm INgrooves announced on Monday the launch of a new...

AOL Acquires Video Producer StudioNow for $36.5 Million

New York - AOL (NYSE: AOL) announced on Monday that it has acquired StudioNow, a Web-based platform for video creation and distribution, for $36.5 million in cash...

Ustream Offers Users Pay-Per-View Option for Live Video

Los Angeles - Ustream, a provider of live video webcasting services, has introduced a new pay-per-view offering that will allow its stable of webcasters to charge...

Report: Vevo Censoring Music Videos to Attract Sponsors

New York - Vevo, the music video portal joint venture between Sony (NYSE:  SNE) Music, Universal Music and Abu Dhabi Media Company, has begun to censor...

Report: Hulu Mulls Subscription Plan for Older TV Episodes

Los Angles - Hulu, the video portal that so far has offered all of its TV episodes and movies for free, is considering charging for...

Italy's Berlusconi Backs Legislation to Screen YouTube Content

Milan - Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government is backing legislation that would mandate that videos uploaded by users to sites like YouTube and Dailymotion be screened...