Broadband Content Bits: NBC Webisodes and VidBlog; Terra- Jump; Grouper Live; Yahoo Homepage Vid

NBC’s Web-Only Episodes Offer “The Office”: NBC is currently showing several two-minute vignettes of “The Office” on its website, the first in a series of Internet-only segments that add up to an original episode.
NBC starting video blog for Brian Williams: NBC’s new anchor Brian Williams will appear in a brief video blog to tout news stories each weekday morning..the blog is called Early Nightly.
Terra, Jump offer Web TV: Terra, the Internet portal of Spanish telco Telefonica, has inked a deal with with online TV distributor Jump TV to offer 177 channels plus VOD free to Terra’s 38 million clients in Latin America. The exclusive, ad-supported deal covers channels from 65 countries.
YouTube Rival Revver’s Killer App Is Its Ad Model: The two-year-old Revver is set for official 1.0 release in August, although even in beta form, it’s attracted attention, particularly the Diet Coke and Mentos spot
Almost live video from Grouper: Video-sharing site Grouper will let videographers post clips to the Web almost instantaneously after shooting them, though a deal with Logitech, who will include a link within its Webcam software that will enable consumers to record video directly to Grouper’s servers.
Yahoo looks to users for video ads: Yahoo is urging consumers to come up with videos touting its Web site’s new redesign…The short videos are meant to highlight the redesign of Yahoo’s home page and to illustrate the theme “Yahoo has changed.”
— New broadband cycling site The Broadband Racer: The Broadband Racer is dedicated to bringing cycling enthusiasts video highlights, news, analysis and original content related to pro-cycling.
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