Hulu gets NFL content; SeaWell lands $7M in VC;

> Hulu's gained a whole new audience by adding more than 600 clips of NFL content--more than 400 hours worth--to its site this week. Article
> The Google-Viacom brouhaha is about to become a little more public after the federal judge overseeing the case told lawyers from both sides he wants them to unseal some of the potentially juiciest documents in the case. Article
> Dailymotion signed a deal with Warner Music Group licensing music videos. Article
> BBC Online head Erik Huggers says budget cuts that made supporters furious would actually make the Beeb's online presence better. Article
> CDNetworks launches acceleration solution for web-based apps. Release
> Online video distribution firm SeaWell lands $7M in VC, exits stealth. Article
> YouTube will generate $1.1 billion in revenues by 2011. Article
> iPad in stores April 3. Article
> ClipSync says online video viewers want company. Article
> FCC chairman says U.S. needs to up its broadband game. Article
> Oscar's pre-show streamed live. Article
> Will Adobe's HTTP Flash streaming support lower costs for CDNs, prices for industry? Article

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