Broadcasters sue 'online cable' firm ivi TV sued by broadcasters; Kylo web browser for TV has new look, integration with Clicker

> Startup 'online cable' firm ivi TV sued by broadcasters

> Redesigned Kylo web browser for TV has new look, better search, a sweet integration with Clicker.tv

> Harris Poll: 1-in-5 Americans cutting back on cable

> FilmOn offering live Internet TV in HD for $10 a month

> French telco rolls out four 3D channels for IPTV service

> Soon to be public, Hulu Plus will still be Hulu, plus a heavier ad load

> Canadian's response to Netflix launch? So far: Eh

> 'How online video powers global innovation'

> Facebook moves to No. 2 spot in online video rankings

> Qoof, Brightcove partner on interactive video apps

> Newest free RealPlayer app lets users centralize, share video files

> Let's get ready to rumble: TiVo, Roku get Hulu Plus

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