CDNs vs. MSOs

5:10 PM -- Here's what's been happening over at Contentinople on this fine Friday:

  • As online video gains momentum, MSOs are deciding they want in on the action, according to Heavy Reading analyst Aditya Kishore.

  • Reporter Ryan Lawler wraps up this week's CDN news: Gomez adds to its list of partners with EdgeCast, Internap brags about its POPs, and Mirror Image is selected by America's Test Kitchen, which holds the prestigious title of "public television's most watched cooking show."

  • But we're not done yet. Be sure to head over to the boards where Erin Barker has sparked a great debate about NBC's bid to drive traffic online by sending fans to the Internet to see how their shows end.

And of course, to tide you over until we return on Monday, some News Bits: Hulu breaks down and gets the YouTube channel, ABC mulls a new ad strategy for online video, and we wait with bated breath for Yahoo's Google announcement.

— The Staff, Contentinople

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