Wednesday Morning Vid-Biz Headlines

$10 billion in Worldwide Internet TV Ad Revenues by 2011? That’s the estimate from Understanding & Solutions, saying video could account for 18 percent of internet advertising altogether. (PDF, via paidContent)
CNN/YouTube Debate Attracts Young Audience; pulling in a record 407,000 from the precious 18- to 34-year-old demographic. (Reuters)
EFF Defends Toddler’s Right To Fair Use And Dance; the EFF has filed suit against Universal Music Publish Group after UMPG had a 29-second video of a very happy toddler bouncing to Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” taken down with a DMCA notice. (EFF release)
ABC Online in HD (Beta); ABC launched its high-definition video player, the first major network to do so. The content rich player requires screen resolution of 1300×770 and a minimum bandwidth of 2 Mbps. (LostRemote)
One Million Joost Beta Testers So Far, says Niklas Zennström. (APC Magazine, via TechCrunch)’s Nearly Naked Publicity Stunt; live-streaming singing with Naked Cowboy today in Times Square. (, see Sarah Meyers’ and Naked Cowboy’s streams too)