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  • Study finds Clinton related to Jolie and Obama to Pitt
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    The presidential candidates may have star qualities — and they also have stars in their families, according to a genealogical study linking Hillary Clinton to Angelina Jolie and Barack Obama to Brad Pitt. The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) in Boston on Wednesday released a study in which it traced the family trees of all three presidential candidates to find they all had famous relatives, both dead and alive.

  • YouTube to offer users ‘Insight’
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    Google has introduced a new, free tool to YouTube that will provide those who post video clips on the mega-popular site–whether they are semiprofessionals or media conglomerates–with deeper insights into when, where and how often their video clips are viewed. Theoretically, content publishers can use the tool to determine programming strategies. Advertisers can use it to test the popularity of several different ads in different parts of the country.

  • South Park site offers every episode free, legally
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    After years of encouraging their fans to share “South Park,” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have set up a viable alternative to the mass YouTube-based distribution of popular clips from the hit show: They’re just going to give the whole thing away on SouthParkStudios.com. “We got really sick of having to download our own show illegally all the time, so we gave ourselves a legal alternative,” the duo quipped in a statement.

  • TVO, Yahoo! Canada ink programming deal
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    TVO, Ontario’s educational public broadcaster, said Tuesday that it has pacted with Yahoo! Canada on a first-ever online programming deal. The Toronto-based broadcaster said that its supply agreement will see Yahoo! Canada deliver educational content in both text and video to kids and their parents.

  • NBC Universal splits TV studio
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    NBC Universal is splitting its television studio into two separate companies to create a new production division led by cable chief Bonnie Hammer. The move extracts such scripted cable titles as USA Network’s “Monk” and Sci Fi Channel’s “Battlestar Galactica” from Los Angeles-based Universal Media Studios, shifting responsibility for the cable programs to a newly formed division called NBC Universal Cable Studio. Physical production resources will continue to be shared between the two groups, and unscripted content will continue to be developed by individual networks.

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  • Study finds Clinton related to Jolie and Obama to Pitt
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    The presidential candidates may have star qualities — and they also have stars in their families, according to a genealogical study linking Hillary Clinton to Angelina Jolie and Barack Obama to Brad Pitt. The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) in Boston on Wednesday released a study in which it traced the family trees of all three presidential candidates to find they all had famous relatives, both dead and alive.

  • YouTube to offer users ‘Insight’
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    Google has introduced a new, free tool to YouTube that will provide those who post video clips on the mega-popular site–whether they are semiprofessionals or media conglomerates–with deeper insights into when, where and how often their video clips are viewed. Theoretically, content publishers can use the tool to determine programming strategies. Advertisers can use it to test the popularity of several different ads in different parts of the country.

  • South Park site offers every episode free, legally
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    After years of encouraging their fans to share “South Park,” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have set up a viable alternative to the mass YouTube-based distribution of popular clips from the hit show: They’re just going to give the whole thing away on SouthParkStudios.com. “We got really sick of having to download our own show illegally all the time, so we gave ourselves a legal alternative,” the duo quipped in a statement.

  • TVO, Yahoo! Canada ink programming deal
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    TVO, Ontario’s educational public broadcaster, said Tuesday that it has pacted with Yahoo! Canada on a first-ever online programming deal. The Toronto-based broadcaster said that its supply agreement will see Yahoo! Canada deliver educational content in both text and video to kids and their parents.

  • NBC Universal splits TV studio
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    NBC Universal is splitting its television studio into two separate companies to create a new production division led by cable chief Bonnie Hammer. The move extracts such scripted cable titles as USA Network’s “Monk” and Sci Fi Channel’s “Battlestar Galactica” from Los Angeles-based Universal Media Studios, shifting responsibility for the cable programs to a newly formed division called NBC Universal Cable Studio. Physical production resources will continue to be shared between the two groups, and unscripted content will continue to be developed by individual networks.

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Archives for: March 20085
  • Study finds Clinton related to Jolie and Obama to Pitt
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    The presidential candidates may have star qualities — and they also have stars in their families, according to a genealogical study linking Hillary Clinton to Angelina Jolie and Barack Obama to Brad Pitt. The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) in Boston on Wednesday released a study in which it traced the family trees of all three presidential candidates to find they all had famous relatives, both dead and alive.

  • YouTube to offer users ‘Insight’
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    Google has introduced a new, free tool to YouTube that will provide those who post video clips on the mega-popular site–whether they are semiprofessionals or media conglomerates–with deeper insights into when, where and how often their video clips are viewed. Theoretically, content publishers can use the tool to determine programming strategies. Advertisers can use it to test the popularity of several different ads in different parts of the country.

  • South Park site offers every episode free, legally
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    After years of encouraging their fans to share “South Park,” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have set up a viable alternative to the mass YouTube-based distribution of popular clips from the hit show: They’re just going to give the whole thing away on SouthParkStudios.com. “We got really sick of having to download our own show illegally all the time, so we gave ourselves a legal alternative,” the duo quipped in a statement.

  • TVO, Yahoo! Canada ink programming deal
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    TVO, Ontario’s educational public broadcaster, said Tuesday that it has pacted with Yahoo! Canada on a first-ever online programming deal. The Toronto-based broadcaster said that its supply agreement will see Yahoo! Canada deliver educational content in both text and video to kids and their parents.

  • NBC Universal splits TV studio
    Wednesday March 26th 2008

    NBC Universal is splitting its television studio into two separate companies to create a new production division led by cable chief Bonnie Hammer. The move extracts such scripted cable titles as USA Network’s “Monk” and Sci Fi Channel’s “Battlestar Galactica” from Los Angeles-based Universal Media Studios, shifting responsibility for the cable programs to a newly formed division called NBC Universal Cable Studio. Physical production resources will continue to be shared between the two groups, and unscripted content will continue to be developed by individual networks.

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