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    The ads during last season's Super Bowl ads were major downers, and sharing Super Bowl ads took a nosedive. Can big spenders get with it this year?
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    Before new Hulu customers for its expanded streaming service gets to start watching, they're going to have to answer some questions.
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    A new business video product, ViewedIt Enterprise, lets a business easily create a personalized video and pinpointed information--and monitor the views
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    Netflix is notoriously careful with its viewer stats, but a Web site has put together some data suggesting what people in all 50 states will watch when they spend a night chilling. P.S. "Scandal" reruns are big.
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    The Kanvas mobile platform will give away its new software development toolkit, Separately, interesting data from CBS says,it takes a month over all platforms to get the audience it got in 2000-01, on TV alone
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    Well known vendors, including Comcast and Vimeo, are all finding ways to be so, so helpful.
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