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Finding a new focus in the video era

roundup From tiny start-ups to corporate giants, the scramble is on to fit Internet video into the game plan.

From tiny start-ups to corporate giants, the scramble is on to fit Internet video into the game plan.

Your entree to Web ad fame: Just $300

A start-up films minidocumentaries that serve as Web ads. No formal scripts are used, and static shots are not allowed.
Photos: TurnHere shoots video
December 6, 2006

Start-ups look to bulk up video bandwidth

Smaller players like Limelight are encroaching on Akamai's turf in the quest to deliver video more quickly.
December 5, 2006

AT&T: We don't need fiber-to-the-home network

Phone company shrugs off competition concerns over Verizon's Fios network, saying existing copper is doing the bandwidth trick.
December 5, 2006

Chambers: Businesses to adopt YouTube model

At conference in Hong Kong, Cisco Systems' CEO says "in the future, it will be about producing it yourself."
December 4, 2006

BitTorrent raises $20 million

The peer-to-peer company will use the funding primarily for technology development as it launches distribution services for other Web sites.
December 4, 2006

blog CNBC launches revamped Web site offering three to eight hours of daily live broadcasts, 13,000 hours of video from the station's library.
December 3, 2006

Verizon Wireless revs up mobile video

A series of deals with video-sharing sites point to an aggressive effort to draw customers to the carrier's 3G network.
November 29, 2006