Vid-Biz: Viacom-YouTube, Comcast-NBCU, SeeSaw

More Documents Unsealed in the Viacom-Google Case; the most recent batch of unsealed documents include internal talks at Viacom about a possible acquisition, and whether or not a business model could be found for YouTube within MTV Networks. (paidContent)

FCC Seeks More Information From Comcast Over NBCU Union; Comcast asked a number of questions about online video delivery, including some related to discussions concerning whether or not to provide its programming to unaffiliated online video distributors like Boxee, Hulu and iTunes. (Multichannel News)

SeeSaw Launches Premium Paid-for Online TV Service; SeeSaw has added premium content to its lineup of online TV content, including TV series from the likes of the BBC, MTV, Disney and Comedy Central. (Web TV Wire)

CNN-YouTube Tie-up Broke UK Broadcasting Rules; UK media regulator Ofcom found that the CNN YouTube Debate on Climate Change broke two rules of its Broadcasting Code: one barring sponsorship of news programs and another barring product placement. (paidContent)

Vivaki Predicts $100M Market for Choose-Your-Own-Ad Format; Publicis unit Vivaki and publishers like Hulu, Yahoo and CBS believe a new online video ad format, the “Ad Selector,” will change the economics of online video, justifying higher rates for advertisers and more engagement for consumers. (AdAge)

The Digital Download Is Dead; how Google’s new music-streaming venture will change the gadget and entertainment worlds forever. (Slate)