Hulu auction dissected; Samsung takes Silicon Valley

Quick news from across the Web.

>  Everyone has weighed in on Hulu's future now that its auction has ended with no buyer. Read more herehere and here.

> Former YouTube executive and Asiana Flight 214 survivor David Eun talks to AllThingsD about Samsung's new Silicon Valley accelerator. Video

Bloomberg Businessweek looks at a new way for musicians to make money on YouTube. Story

> YouTube is investing big in content production facilities in Los Angeles. Story

> Calls for Netflix to be more transparent about its original shows' popularity grow. Story

Mobile Content news

> Dish is opening its Hopper DVR up to mobile app developers. Read more

Cable News 

> New York City's cable operators plan to cover its parks with Wi-Fi. Read more

And finally... The Emmy Awards will announce their nominations this week. Expectations are high that Netflix's original series "House of Cards" and "Arrested Development" will draw several nominations. The development recalls the first time cable programming caught the attention of Emmy nominators. Story

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