Hulu adds video game trailers; BitTorrent available on connected TVs

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> Hulu said it has added "thousands of new video game trailers" to its online video catalog. Story

> A deal between 20 Internet connected TV makers and BitTorrent is leading to piracy concerns. Story

> Adobe Systems has updated its Project Primetime video technology platform. News release

> Mobovivo and Alliance Films are partnering to bring movies to second screen devices. Story

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> Viggle has agreed to acquire GetGlue for about $78.6 million in a cash-and-stock deal in which Viggle will pay $25 million in cash and, based on a $1.11 per share stock price, will contribute about $53.6 million worth of stock. Story

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> ESPN's WatchESPN app launched on the Xbox 360 Monday, more than five months after Microsoft and the sports network said they would develop a version of the app for the gaming console. Story

And finally… CBS Interactive will use SpotXchange to include real-time bidding to its online video inventory. News release

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