"The notion that the new kids on the block have taken over is a false notion," says Time Warner chief Dick Parsons. "They will lose this war if they go to war.""
"Their moves underscore the unease that Google's planned purchase of online ad firm DoubleClick will create too many conflicts of interest."
"Time Warner, Viacom, Comcast will "all get bigger" in the online media world, he predicts. Only Yahoo, eBay and Amazon are still independent, he adds. "Everything else has been consolidated."
"Comcast chief Brian Roberts is displaying for the first time in public new technology that enables a data download speed of 150 megabits per second -- 25 times faster than today's cable modems."
"...CNET Networks to supply content from its sites like TV.com and GameSpot to their new online video venture. The site is expected to launch this summer and will include a media player to be embedded on partner sites."