Meet the newest odd couple: Hollywood & Google

What's behind the rapprochement between the two sides, which until recently seemed quite content to continue to escalate their bickering.

It may be the start of an entirely new page in the often rocky relationship between Google and Hollywood. After a couple of years of verbal sniping and legal threats, the two sides are moving to resolve their long-running disputes. CNET News' Greg Sandoval stops by to explain what's behind the sudden rapprochement as well as Google's new interest in hosting professionally made, long-form video on its YouTube subsidiary.

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