Intel, others drop $20 million in funding on Kaltura; Report: Blockbuster reorganization a bust

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> Report: Blockbuster reorganization a bust, so firm now desperately seeks buyers. Article

> Reports: Google zeroes in on acquisition of Next New Networks for YouTube. Article

> Tata Communications wraps up acquisition of U.S. CDN BitGravity. Article

> LG launches its first 3D TV model in bid to grow market share. Article

> Verizon pitches discounted iPhone4 to new FiOS subscriber. Article

> woomi adds blinkx content to OTT play. Article

> Comcast, AT&T U-verse partner on local ad sales in 20 U.S. markets. Article

> Envivio debuts newest iteration of 4Caster C4 live encoder. Article

> Envivio doubles sales as multi-screen solution demand grows in 'TV revolution.' Article

> Roku now offering WealthTV 3D programming. Article

> Rumors of AT&T looking to buy Dish Network, EchoStar launched anew. Article

> comScore Releases January 2011 U.S. Online Video Rankings. Release

> Dailymotion Launches DailyQuizz Video-Powered Social Quiz Games. Release

> Swedish video site Voddler raises $8 million. Release

> Yoyi Media Completes US$20 Million Series B Financing. Release

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