Miramax signs deal with NetMovies to stream in Brazil; Roku is going global

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> Miramax CEO Mike Lang has added yet another online outlet to the roster of companies eager to get their hands on the studio's catalog of movies. The company announced it had signed a licensing deal with Brazil's largest movie and TV series subscription service, NetMovies Entertainment. Article

> It turns out those rumors last month that Netflix was going to pay for a revival of Arrested Development were true. Article

> Sony might be a wee late to the party, but PlayStation 3 owners will now be able to recreate the thrill of watching movies with their friends in a virtual environment. Sony's brought its Crackle streaming service into its PlayStation Home virtual world (of-sorts). Article

> Just in time for this weekend's games, the Big Ten Network has made its 24/7 BTN2Go app available for Apple's iPad and iPhone in the App Store. Article

> After announcing a $50 version of its set-top box last month, Roku this month says it's going global. The device soon will be available in Canada and the United Kingdom. Article

> Confirming rumors, Boxee Box today announced in a blog post that it would be selling a USB dongle for its OTT set-top box that would allow users to watch live TV. Article

> The Federal Communications Commission Friday took care of one process reform complaint from Republicans last week: it released the final order on its remake of the Universal Service Fund from phone to broadband subsidies. The order budgets the high-cost fund, rechristened the Connect America Fund, at $4.5 million. Article

> A coalition of citizens' groups hoping to block the installation of more than 700 AT&T U-verse utility boxes in San Francisco has scored a big win, at least for the moment. Article

> Sony Corp. is actively seeking media partners for an Internet-based virtual pay-TV service to compete head-to-head with current service providers and to be delivered through a variety of Sony devices. Article

> YouTube is giving its site yet another new look, this time with the goal of more deeply integrating its social network, Google+. Article

And finally... Australian police were looking for the owner of a suitcase "full of money" that was left at a restaurant on Tuesday. Article