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2006: On The Web, More & More Video

> Dec. 13: Yahoo and ABC expand video content deal

> Dec. 4: The new CNBC.com launches

> Nov. 27: CNBC.com will offer live streams of TV broadcasts and Web-exclusive video

> Nov. 17: CNBC.com is adding staffers for a relaunch

> Nov. 16: FOXNews.com: finally getting its act together?

> Nov. 14: Rocketboom’s Amanda Congdon coming to ABCNews.com

> Nov. 13: NBC offers podcasts of Nightly News and MTP; later, they’re popular

> Nov. 13: Keith Olbermann is a hit on YouTube

> Nov. 7: News web sites promote cool election tools

> Nov. 6: More election video online than ever before

> Nov. 2: Foley scoop propels ABCNews.com to new high

> Oct. 31: ABC records 5.2 million downloads of World News Now in Sept.

> Oct. 30: FNCers start hosting Fox News Flash videos for web

> Oct. 16: MSNBC.com’s new record: 88 million streams in one month

> Sep. 28: FNC’s internet division exercises “poor judgment” when it asks YouTube to remove Clinton/Wallace video

> Sep. 18: FOXNews.com gets an overhaul; most of the feedback is negative

> Sep. 14: Couric’s premiere drives traffic to CBSNews.com

> Sep. 11: CNN Pipeline, MSNBC.com, FOXNews.com rebroadcast 9/11/01 coverage

> Sep. 7: MSNBC.com serves 7 million videos in one day

> Aug. 17: The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric will be simulcast online

> Aug. 1: CNN is selling documentaries on iTunes

> Jul. 31: CNN starts soliciting I-Reports from viewers

> Jul. 27: CBS Radio News launches an “iCast” for 18-34 year olds

> Jul. 18: NBC launches Early Nightly; it’s a video preview of NN

> Jul. 10: Charting 10 years of MSNBC.com growth (and streaming video growth)

> Jul. 10: “Be Seen & Be Heard:” ABC’s citizen journalism effort

> Jun. 19: CNN.com launches six video podcasts

> Jun. 11: Online, “I don’t consider FoxNews.com to be in our competitors set,” CNN SVP David Payne says

> Jun. 2: ABC’s World News Now podcast gets 1.2 million downloads in one week

> May 29: CNN’s broadband video biz “has spiked;” revenue is growing at a “double-digit pace”

> May 25: NBC sells shows on iTunes

> May 1: NBC launches a Netcast of ‘Today’

> Mar. 26: CNN.com gets a new home page

> Mar. 23: CBS and Yahoo sign a 60 Minutes “packaging” partnership; it launches in the fall

> Mar. 7: The first “made-for-mobile” TV journalist?

> Mar. 3: Mike Straka starts hosting red carpet shows for FOXNews.com

> Feb. 27: The first time, but not the last: CBS News asks YouTube to remove a video

> Feb. 3: MSNBC #1, FNC #3 online

> Jan. 31: No shortage of online streams for the State of the Union

> Jan. 19: ABC News Now is free (after a commercial)

> Jan. 9: ABC and BBC ink digital deal

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