CNET News Daily Podcast: Web video, TV linkup gets closer

YouTube partners with Lionsgate and TiVo; Google Apps gets a makeover; and Amazon announces movie downloads.

Reporter Caroline McCarthy gives us a rundown of two YouTube partnerships announced Thursday--one with TiVo and one with film studio Lionsgate, which Caroline expects won't be as big a deal as many people hope.

Also in this podcast: Google Apps gets hundreds of new templates for making specific types of content; Gmail and Google Calendar could be available offline as soon as six weeks from now; Amazon tries its hand at movie and TV downloads; and the man going after the tech vote in November.
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Today's stories:

Offline access soon for Gmail, Google Calendar?

Google Docs gets a profusion of templates

Report: Amazon to open new video store

Bob Barr: The privacy candidate for president

Report: Lionsgate cranks open for YouTube

YouTube on TiVo: It's about time

iPhone 3G shortage hits AT&T stores

EU confirms more antitrust charges against Intel

NPR looks to developers for help distributing shows

It's official: Audiophiles are over CDs

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