Vid-Biz: TiVo, Time Warner, Blinkx

Supreme Court Stays Out of TiVo vs. Dish; high court won’t consider an appeal of the $74 million judgment against the satellite company over a patent dispute with the DVR maker. (The Associated Press)

Time Warner Reacts to LIN Dispute By Urging People Online; after the two companies didn’t reach an agreement, Time Warner displays a URL on channels formerly occupied by LIN that hosts a video on how to watch TV programs online. (The New York Times)

Blinkx Drops Bid to Buy Miva; video search company will not be acquiring the pay-per-click ad network. (paidContent)

Comcast to Hike Rates; third price increase since January 2007, cable co. blames the economy (convenient!). (RedOrbit)

Video Advertisers Looking to Display Ads; companies like Apple are inserting video into banners and moving beyond the in-stream slots. (AdWeek)

Conde Naste Using Mobile Vid-Casting for Bridal Fashion Shows; company using Flixwagon to live-stream footage that will be featured on’s Wedded Bits blog. (MediaWeek)

Access Hollywood Partnering with iVillage; fluffy entertainment news magazine will have a module on the women’s site that will include video. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Iron Man‘s Popularity Brings Down Servers; number of people trying to access the BD-Live content brought down Paramount’s tech. (CrunchGear)