Vid-Biz: Hulu’s CEO,’s Check Week, Qik’s EVO Explosion

Hulu’s Jason Kilar Talks About Plus, IPO and Renovations; despite IPO possibilities, Kilar’s main task right now is to focus on providing the best consumer experience possible. (Boomtown)

It’s Check Week at; this quarter’s check week is 77 percent bigger than last quarter’s check week, with the number of shows earning $1,000 or more up 57 percent. ( blog)

Qik Touts Video Chat Explosion on Sprint’s EVO; Mobile video firm says HTC EVO 4G handset users have more than 25,000 video chats each day, with the average video chat lasting four minutes. (Light Reading Mobile)

Comcast-NBCU Hearings Will Be Streamed; spokespeople for both the FCC and the House Communications subcommittee said they will stream both the subcommittee hearing on July 8 and an FCC forum on July 13. (Multichannel News)

Streaming TV Network ‘This Week In’ Doubles Show Lineup; just six weeks after its official launch, This Week In has doubled its show lineup to 15 and delivered on its promise to expand beyond technology programming. (press release)

Mike Gravel’s Comedy Act; a new mockumentary-esque Web series will premiere on Next New Networks’ Barely Political network starring Gravel as the U.S. president. (Politico)

JibJab Gives You A Starring Role On ‘Mad Men’; video e-card titan JibJab released its latest piece of interactive brilliance: a new video in the theme of AMC’s Mad Men, whose fourth season is slated to launch July 25. (Tubefilter)

Peace Corps Launches Video Contest; the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) is running a video contest in celebration of its 50th anniversary, asking volunteers to submit one- to two-minute videos about how the Peace Corps changed their lives. (Peace Corps Connect)