Will Widevine acquisition help scratch Google TV's Hollywood itch?; DirecTV CEO: Cord cutting not an issue for us

> Will Widevine acquisition help scratch Google TV's Hollywood itch?

> DirecTV CEO: Cord cutting not an issue for us; subscriber growth continues

> Report: Tablet buyers want to spend $500 or less; a challenge for Apple's iPad?

> DirecTV tightens programming belt to keep costs down; will dump some channels in 2011, 2012

> ivi TV adds LA broadcasters to its web-based cable offering

> Report: DVDs, not pay-TV most likely casualty of OTT, VOD delivery

> Level 3: Comcast traffic fee 'threatens the open Internet'

> Video: Genachowski outlines net neutrality strategy

> Genachowski sets Dec. 21 for net neutrality rules vote

> Hulu CEO talks with FCC about impact of Comcast-NBCU deal

> Netflix signs FilmDistrict first-run distribution deal

> Global OTT video services will be a $20 billion industry by 2014

> myvideorights enters U.S. market to monetize online video; Global OTT video services will be a $20B market by 2014

> Netflix: Fear and loathing in Hollywood... Or, a major payday?

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