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

Suggested Articles

VVC is the latest emerging standard for video compression, but Qualcomm has envisioned many more use cases for VVC other than video.

Brian Ring, principal analyst at Ring Digital, has seen the future and it's crystal clear.

Redbox’s free live TV service has add support for Xbox devices including One S and One X as its lineup expands to over 75 channels.