In this weekâ€™s episode, Ken Gellman and John Federico discuss:
* Sergey Brin enthusiastic about video search
* Zune rebuffed by Pitchfork
* The search engine/portal pecking order
* NBCU Projects $1B in digital revenues by 2009
* Newspapers need 20 30 years of digital revenue growth to equal current print revenues
* Follow-up to the Google vs. Yahoo Search Marketing comparison
* Bertelsmann starts digital media fund, headed by Richard Sarnoff
* Time Warner moves closer to networked DVR
* â€œClick Fraud threatens foundation of Web Adsâ€?
* DVD Jon/DoubleTwist enabling devices to play iTMS content
* Boy Scouts teach kids the â€œevils of piracyâ€?
* Vitrue: user-generated video advertising platform
Chia-Lin couldnâ€™t join us this week – sheâ€™ll be back next week.
Our closing music is Democracy from Alexander Blu
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