- CBS expects to see a big spike in traffic this year from its NCAA March Madness on Demand product, but, for the second year in a row, it's also opening up its coverage to rival sports sites, with free widgets and applications.
- Blockbuster's share price has fallen from $1 to 22 cents, after it was reported that the company hired a law firm to seek bankruptcy advice.
- Amazon has begun plugging Roku today, after making its Video On Demand service available on the company's set-top. Roku expects a resulting surge in sales of its $99 set-top box.
- Internap announced an OEM agreement to offer The FeedRoom's 4.0 Enterprise Video Platform to its customers.
- ImageSpan's new LicenseStream Creator 2.0 will enable one-click content licensing via search engine results, allowing content owners to more easily publish their content to search engines.
- Adobe and Time Warner have announced a partnership to create new video experiences for online properties in three of Time Warner's divisions: TBS, Warner Bros., and HBO.
— The Staff, Contentinople