Hulu post mortem analysis; Netflix's time to shine at Emmys

Quick news from around the Web.

> Guggenheim Digital Media's Ross Levinsohn offers a Hulu post mortem. Story

> Aereo aims for 25 percent of homes in next few years. Story

> Netflix stock dips despite subscriber gains. Story

> Netflix racks up Emmy nominations. Story

> The letterbox-vs.-pan-and-scan plays out on Netflix. Story

> Genesis Media, with advertiser Starcom MediaVest, introduces online video ad "soft paywall" system. Press release

Cable News

> Aereo is a factor in Time Warner Cable's looming carriage showdown with CBS. Read more

Telecom News

> AT&T is promising faster speeds for its U-verse broadband service. Read more

And finally... Apple reported quarterly results Tuesday that seemed to please stock analysts and investors. CEO Tim Cook said in a press release that the company has plans to introduce some "amazing new products" later this year and in 2014. Expectations are high that a new TV device or service could be among them. Read more

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