Hulu Plus lands on TiVo Premiere; Wealth TV carriage complaints hit stone wall

More news from Fierce:

> Hulu Plus has finally landed on TiVo Premiere, ending a drawn-out (since last September) saga that still, however, leaves cable subscribers who get TiVo services via MSO's set-top boxes, out of luck. Article

> FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has voted to back an Administrative Law Judge ruling against the program carriage complaints of Wealth TV against Comcast, Cox, Time Warner and Brighthouse. Article

> A new study based on a survey of senior engineers at over 350 U.S. stations has found that many stations are in danger of being overwhelmed by the challenges of their rapidly expanding online and mobile efforts. Article

> This month YouTube celebrates its sixth birthday with an announcement that it's uploading 48 hours of video every minute--a 100 percent year-over-year increase. Article

> A crisis strategist says Sony's handling of its string of network hacks is similar to the way BP oil execs mishandled the massive oil spill in Gulf of Mexico last year. Article

> Ad solution provider BlackArrow is expanding its business development team with the addition of Laurel Gilbert as vice president, service provider solutions. Release

And finally... In an epic single-shot video lasting almost 10 minutes and featuring more than 3,000 people, a so-called "dying" America city spanked a statistically-dying magazine and entertained the Internet, too. Video

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