James Murdoch steps down from BSkyB; Hulu Plus lands on Android tablets

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> James Murdoch's resignation as chairman of satellite broadcaster British Sky Broadcasting comes ahead of a government report expected to be critical of his handling of the ethics scandal at News Corp.'s British tabloids. Article

> Hulu Plus is available on seven Android tablets with a new, "super deluxe" Hulu Plus user interface. Blog

> Israeli video advertising management and optimization technology firm HIRO Media, has landed an additional $5 million in funding from investors, which will be used to open an office in New York. Article

> IHS Screen Digest said Cisco's recent purchase of NDS for $5 billion gives further support to the notion that the industry is shifting away from hardware set-top boxes toward a software-based system that can better support the deployment of constantly evolving multiscreen devices. Article

> Singular software Presto shortlisted for StudioDaily's Prime Awards. Release

And finally... A whisky made to mark the 60th year on the throne of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is on sale in Singapore for a mere $198,500 a bottle, and it may well find a buyer. Article

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