Vid-Biz: Google TV Ads, Justin.TV, Netgear-Roku

Google, NBC Universal Abandon TV Ad-Sales Partnership; the deal ends two years after NBC Universal struck a deal for Google to broker ads for cable networks including MSNBC, CNBC, SyFy and Oxygen. (Bloomberg)

Justin.TV and Chief Business Officer Part Ways; David Aufhauser, the chief business officer of, announced he’s “transitioning out” of the company, one week after the startup’s vice president of product announced his departure. (peHUB)

Netgear Gets Back Into Internet Video With Roku; at Fry’s, you’ll find the Netgear NTV 250, a re-branded Roku XD for $79.99. (ZDNet)

Hulu’s “Modern Family” Problem; the first season of the popular ABC show is amiss from Hulu, illustrating yet again how troubling licensing issues can be for the service. (MediaMemo)

Widevine to Provide Adaptive Streaming and DRM for LG; Widevine has signed a global agreement with LG to distribute Widevine’s live and on-demand adaptive streaming, virtual DVD controls and DRM on connected products. (press release)

Break Media Goes After Hispanic Market With Tu Vez; Tu Vez is a Hispanic male-focused website similar to Break’s other male-focused video sites and features video and news ranging from entertainment and gaming to sports and culture. (TechCrunch)

TiVo Intros Web-based Season Pass Management; those hoping for an easy, browser-based system to manage TiVo recordings are in luck: a new tool is coming to the DVR maker’s Web site. (CNET)