Report: Networks shutting out Hulu from ad spots for hit shows; Vivendi gets $2B from GE for portion of NBCU stake it holds;

> Report: Networks shutting out Hulu from ad spots for hit shows
> AOL's David Eun on the 5min Media acquisition
> Vivendi gets $2B from GE for portion of NBCU stake it holds
> Du and On Demand Group announce deal with MBC to bring Arabic content to du's VOD service
> International children's channel KidsCo adds VOD to Poland's TOYA
>  Doubletree taps Tivus for in-room HD IPTV solution in $1.2M deal
> STB shipments fall, but rebound forecast for 2011
> Telestream releases new version of Episode encoding software
> Apple's 99-cent TV episode rental plan creates rift among networks
> Verizon's Seidenberg sees cord cutting as cable's undoing
> NBC's 2 cents? iTunes 99-cent TV episode rental model not a good deal for network
> That's a wrap: Blockbuster files for Ch. 11 bankruptcy protection
> O! Canada! Great White North finally gets Netflix streaming
> Over-the-top 'cable operator' goes toe-to-toe with broadcast industry heavyweights
> Move Networks says it streamed 16.4 million hours of video for World Cup
> Warner Bros. cool to Apple's 99-cent TV episode rental pitch
> Cable alternative Sezmi raises another $17.3 million

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