Online media boosts CBS bottom line; Netflix launching app on new Nook

> CBS Corp.'s third-quarter profit rose 6.6% as the company benefited from online media streaming deals as well as higher fees from pay-TV distributors carrying its network. Article

> Google TV is getting a dedicated adult video channel from adult video production company Vivid Entertainment, giving existing Vivid subscribers instant access to their library of adult content through the Google TV platform. Article

> Comcast has launched an all-new interface to its XfinityTV.com website, providing users quicker access to content and more tools to connect their online viewing with what they watch on TV and on its video-on-demand service. The updated user interface, which was built in HTML5, puts more emphasis on graphical elements, provides one-click viewing from the front page and allows users to add content to a queue to be watched later. Article

> Netflix is going to launch an app on the new Nook, introduced earlier this morning by book retailer, Barnes & Noble. Netflix will come pre-installed on the device that is going to be available in stores on November 17, 2011 and will cost $250. Article

And finally... Voter says poll worker bit him on nose. Article

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