A profit for YouTube in 2010?; Telegraph Media Group picks Ooyala;

> Is YouTube -- which served up more than 12.2 billion in the U.S. alone in November -- finally going to start paying Google back some of the $1.65 billion the search giant paid to buy the firm in 2006? Barclays analyst Douglas Anmuth, in a note to investors, says it is. Article
> Ooyala Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end video platform applications and services, today announced that Telegraph Media Group (TMG), publisher of the UK's leading newspaper and online news destination site, Telegraph.co.uk, has chosen Ooyala's market leading online video platform to power its online video. Release
> Open source OVP Kaltura has released a video extension that allows Joomla site-builders to add full video and rich-media functionalities, including content management, syndication, monetization, transcoding, uploading, importing, editing and remixing, to their Joomla sites. Article
> The Italian government is set to begin regulating Internet sites that stream video daily, making them answerable to the county's communications regulator and holding sites like YouTube to the same content standards as television networks. Article
> PacketExchange, the next generation network service provider with coverage in Europe, the United States and Asia, today announces it will acquire Mzima Networks, a premier high-performance network service provider, and will merge both companies‘ customer base and operations. Article
> Akamai announced Planview, a provider of enterprise-wide portfolio management solutions, has selected Akamai Web Application Accelerator to enhance the delivery of its software-as-a-service (SaaS) portfolio management platform. Release
> Digitalsmiths will deploy Islion Systems' Isilon IQ 36NL to archive its entire repository of media content from Hollywood studios, broadcasters and distributors. The move allows Digitalsmiths to unify its previously disparate media stores onto a single, highly scalable, shared pool of storage. Release

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