Hulu adds original series; YouTube plans Manhattan studio

Quick news from across the Web.

> Hulu adds originals with "Quick Draw," "The Wrong Mans." Read more

> YouTube will open a 20,000-square-foot studio in Manhattan next year. Story

> Barron's takes a deep dive into the future of TV. Story (sub. req.)

> Facebook's video ads could be big, analyst says. Story

Mobile Content News

> App developers can now submit HTML-5 based Web applications to Amazon's Appstore for Android. Read more

Cable news 

> Comcast is testing an app that would bring cloud DVR functionality to subscribers who use it in their homes. Read more

And finally... Online video sales are finally lifting overall home entertainment revenue. After years of decline, total consumer spending on movies at home increased 2 percent from a year earlier to about $8.63 billion. Subscription streaming services like Netflix accounted for about $1.49 billion of that total. The rest came from digital movie purchases and DVD and Blu-ray sales and rentals. Read more

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