Limelight Networks sees solid Q4 coming; Ciscos' Flip to to star in multimillion ad campaign

> Limelight Networks sees solid Q4 coming

> Ciscos’ Flip to to star in multimillion ad campaign

> Comcast, GE agree on valuation of NBCU

> Sony picks online deal over DVD for ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs’

> Orb Networks has finally released an Orb for the Mac, making it possible to access photos, music, and even stream the videos, from your home PC to any Internet connected device.

> Netflix began sending out a Blu-ray disc designed to allow PS3 users to use its “Watch Instantly” movies and other streaming media, telling subscribers to “watch their mail”

> Dailymotion recently announced a partnership with The Orchard to distribute more than 5,000 of The Orchard’s music videos

> blinkx sees promise despite 1H2009 losses doubling

> Fierce 15 alum Funny or Die launches YouTube channel

>  UConn men’s, women’s exhibition basketball to be streamed online

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