Wednesday Afternoon Vid-Biz Headlines

Apple Unveils iPod Touch, Revamps Lineup; new iPod features touch screen and Wi-Fi to allow mobile purchases through iTunes, nanos get video. CNN Money)

Online Movie Download Market to Hit $1.3 Billion by 2011; but the studios’ varied approaches will likely hamper development and market growth. (Screen Digest)

Microsoft Releases Silverlight 1.0; Redmond’s would-be Flash-killer to support Linux through Novell partnership. (PC Magazine)

Mobile Operators Face Outside Competition Over Video; new technologies and user apathy could threaten cellular companies’ ability to profit from video, according to this report. (In-Stat)

Cartoon Network Gives Kids “Master Control” of Programming; daily afternoon show lineups will be determined by kids who can vote, online, for their favorite shows. (Turner)