Google and AOL are getting into the groove of touting Web video ad inventory in advance. And they're not alone.
Google TV Ads is cutting deals with some major television advertising agencies in hopes of expanding Google's ad empire beyond the really small screen.
The leading sports TV network plans to embed a wide variety of highlight clips in its tweets shortly after they happen live, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The online video site continues to expand its library of original content with three original shows and seven exclusive ones.
Google executives say the site is a key way to reach 18- to 34-year-olds, but it didn't announce any major partnerships or revolutionary new programming during an event in New York.
Hulu Plus had about 1.5 million subscribers in January, which means it added a half-million folks in the last four months.
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CBS CMO George Schweitzer discusses the network's annual show-and-tell event in New York, where the network presents the new fall schedule.