Vid-Biz: White Label, iPlayer, TwitVid

Brightcove Manages News Corp.’s Latin America Hulu-like Site; company oversees 800+ hours of premium Spanish and Portuguese content for Mundo Fox online (why didn’t Fox have Hulu do it?). (Contentinople) Elsewhere in the world of white-label video, Delve Networks Released its Self-Service Platform; companies can now manage and publish video content to their sites on their own. (emailed release)

Report: Teens Trade in Live TV for iPlayer; well-read report from a 15-year-old intern at Morgan Stanley in Europe details young people’s use of technology and entertainment. (Bloomberg)

TwitVid Launches iPhone App; software lets you record a video, write a Tweet and post it to your Twitter account using the iPhone 3GS. (VentureBeat)

Online Still an Afterthought for TV Ad Buyers; despite the growth in online ad spending, advertisers and ad agencies remain hesitant about shelling out for something they still see as experimental; plus there isn’t an upfront-like organizational sales structure. (paidContent)

The NYT Shows How Howcast Works; how-to video site has more than 100,000 videos on its site and generated 20 million views across its network last month. (The New York Times)

Star Wars Uncut Asks Fans to Re-Shoot the Movie; it’s sci-fi sweding as fans called dibs on different 15-second increments to recreate the film from homemade scratch. (io9)

Adventures of One Eskimo Mixes Music and Online Video; the “visual album” from the band One Eskimo to come in 10 installments that feature a song and accompanying animated storyline. (Video Business)