Netflix distances itself from DVDs by mail biz; Sorenson taps industry vet John Greene as VP of world sales

> Netflix takes another step to distance itself from mailing DVDs
> Kiosk DVD rentals outperform video stores for first time ever
> Sorenson Media Taps Seasoned Industry Veteran John Greene as New VP of Worldwide Sales
> AdoTube Partners with FreeWheel to Increase Monetization of Premium Video Content
> Bankrupt Blockbuster seeks more cash, time for restructuring
> RealNetworks upgrades RealPlayer for Android using customer feedback
> Level 3 to test new FCC order in Comcast brouhaha?
> Roxio rolls out $70 consumer-level 3D editing tools in its Video Lab HD software
> Mirror Image Internet Signs Leading Swiss Web TV Portal for Mobile Streaming Services
> Skitter scores pair of IPTV wins with Pennsylvania Tier 3 operator Venus Telephone
> myvideorights to Monetize and Distribute Emmy Award-Winning Lou Reda Productions' Archival Newsreel Collections Online
> AT&T makes U-verse pitch to SMB market
> Sony adds Opera browser to LCD TVs and Blu-ray players
> Report: IPTV ecosystem continued strong growth in 2010
> Hong Kong's PCCW debuts new VOD service with promise of some early movie releases

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