Qiyi enters beta testing; Ooyala gets set for iPad;

> Seton Hill University latest school to give every student a free iPad
> KIT Digital posts wider loss on charges; revenue higher than expected, shares rise
> Exalead rolls out video captioning on French President Nicolas Sarkozy's website
> Chinese online video site Qiyi enters beta testing
> German broadcasters plan to launch Hulu-like online video site
> Will Canadian TV lead U.S. broadcasters to gold in the form of online video micropayments?
> CBS testing HTML5 for online video in advance of iPad launch
> Ooyala says it'll support video on Apple's iPad at launch April 3
> EdgeCast, ClickStreamTV team to offer affordable online video delivery to small businesses
> Netflix sending out discs for streaming to Wii
> Converged' TiVo stumbles with new STB, doesn't do enough with online video
> Boston Globe launches pedestrian webcast

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