Vid-Biz: Hulu, SlingPlayer on iPad, Greystripe

Hulu Sends Some Traffic To Level 3 and Limelight Networks; video content from Hulu historically came exclusively from Akamai, but lately, the site is also using Level 3 and Limelight Networks for some of its video delivery. (Streaming Media blog) Related: Hulu’s a Towering Success — Just Not Financially (AdAge)

What’s Next for SlingPlayer Mobile? (iPad!); Sling has confirmed they’re prepared to increase the video resolution available on the SlingPlayer Mobile app someday soon. (ZatzNotFunny!)

Time Warner Cable Connects On YES’s Live Streaming Service; the regional sports network and the nation’s No. 2 cable operator have reached an agreement whereby the MSO’s customers will be able to watch Yankees ballgames on their computers. (Multichannel News)

Mobile Advertising Network Greystripe Brings Its iFlash Ads to the iPad; ad startup says that it will be bringing its rich media iFlash ad units to the iPad in May. (TechCrunch)

Newzbin Slams Movie Studios After Court Defeat; After losing its High Court case against several Hollywood movie studios yesterday, Usenet indexing site Newzbin says its defeat was the result of flawed evidence and the unfair legal might of the MPAA. (TorrentFreak)

How TV Makers Are Selling the Idea of 3-D at Home; TV manufacturers are betting on 3-D, with forecasts that consumers will buy 3.5 million to 4 million such sets, or about 10 percent of all U.S. television sales, this year. (NY Times)

ITV Picks Pluck To Power Viewers’ Web Interaction; after months of talks, ITV has picked Demand Media’s Pluck social platform to manage viewer engagement with This Morning, plus Loose Women, Coronation Street and its upcoming World Cup 2010 site. (paidContent:UK)