YouTube's bandwidth is cheap, but not free; U2's Rose Bowl concert streaming live;

> Free bandwidth for YouTube? Ah, no.

> While U.S. broadcasters and cablecos work to find a way to monetize their online video content that's found its way to free hubs like Hulu and YouTube, British broadcaster Channel 4 is heading in a different direction, uploading complete programs to YouTube.

> U2's concert Sunday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena will be streaming live over YouTube, sending the Irish rock band's iconic sound across the United States and to an additional 15 countries.

> Fox Filmed Entertainment announced the appointment of Roger Mincheff to the newly-created position of Senior Vice President of Branded Entertainment for digital content. Mincheff will be responsible for monetizing all made-for-digital content for the company’s vast portfolio of production entities.

> Traditional television viewing patterns are collapsing and the industry needs to quickly figure out how to profit in a world where people can watch TV shows anytime, anywhere, NBC Universal's TV chief said.

> BizVision.com, which offers low-priced or free online training videos, says it expects to break even in its first full year of operation.

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