Xbox One goes to Hollywood; NBCU eyes YouTube talent

More news from around the World Wide Web...

> Microsoft's CEO talks up Xbox One to Hollywood. Story

> NBCU eyes YouTube talent. Story

> PricewaterhouseCoopers sees increasing value in control of digital media. Story

> Jason Calacanis turns down YouTube cash. Blog post

> Assessing the Digital NewFronts. Story

> There's some skepticism among ad executives about Facebook's video ad plans. Story

Cable news

> Time Warner Cable CEO discusses potential streaming video partnerships. Story

> The NFL will deliver streaming video of live games to Verizon Wireless smartphones. Story

Wireless news

> FreedomPop is giving away some voice service. Story

And finally... Animoto and Vimeo are teaming up to get more professional users on each other's services. About half of Animoto's revenue comes from business users, its CEO Brad Jefferson told FierceOnlineVideo. "It's a way for us to drive users to both sites," Jefferson said. Press release

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