Vid-Biz: CBS, Vuguru, MGM HD

CBS Interactive Dumps Ad Networks; CBS will soon begin selling all inventory for, Gamespot, and CNET on its own, rather than use third-party ad networks. (AdAge)

Eisner’s Vuguru Hires Agility Studios’ Tanz As President; before running Agility, Tanz was president and CEO of LivePlanet, which he started with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. (paidContent)

MGM and BSkyB in Launch HD Movie Channel; MGM HD is a 50-50 joint venture between the movie studio and the broadcaster, and is the first branded channel for the studio in the UK (Broadband TV News)

Prices of Flat-Panel TVs Continue to Fall; the average price of a 32-inch LCD is $600, about half of what it was in 2006. (NY Times)

How Spike TV Is Driving Digital Revenue From the Video Game Awards; last year, 10 million people watched the awards, 2.3 million of them males 18-34. (paidContent)

Sonic Solutions Partners With verve-media for Interactive Video Commerce; will integrate the interactive commerce capabilities into its Roxio CinemaNow video service. (InteractiveTV Today)

TV Still Has a Hold on Teenagers; European teenagers spend an average of 10.3 hours a week watching television, compared with 9.1 hours on personal — rather than work- or school-related — use of the Internet. (NY Times)