Yahoo! has content aspirations; Streaming lures spending

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> Variety reports that possible Hulu bidder Yahoo! is getting back into the market for original online video content. Article

> Parks Associates says spending on TV streaming subscriptions is picking up steam. Release

> Online gaming publisher takes a different attitude on content piracy. Article

> LoveFilm reportedly is eyeing expansion into new European markets. Article

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