Monday Morning Vid-Biz Headlines

Revision3 Raises $8 Million from Greylock Partners and angels. The startup, a sibling company of Digg, makes a network of longer-form internet video and is pioneering sponsorship deals in the space. (VentureBeat)

ManiaTV Dropping UGC; says it would rather have loyal users and an easier time selling ads with its original content. (MediaWeek)

CrossCast WiTV: Browser-Based Online TV Platform; no P2P, but calling itself a Joost competitor and trying to sign big media content. (Zatz Not Funny)

Sprint Trying to Make Mobile Broadband Viral; has put together “The Connectile Dysfunction Treatment Center” (same joke as its Super Bowl ad) video site to hawk EVDO cards for laptops. (site, from our tips form)

Yahoo, AOL Unimpressive at Upfronts; web portals’ pitches don’t persuade TV-loving media agencies. (MediaWeek)

Web Video Summit; we’re doing a startups panel at the Web Video Summit in San Jose on Wednesday, and you still have time to register. (description)