Weblinks: YouTube Buys RightsFlow; Verizon Eyes Movie Services

YouTube acquired music publishing administration company RightsFlow last week. The Google-owned video site is making moves to better track and process music royalties for its catalog of more than 150 million user-uploaded videos. More here.

• Speculation about Verizon is swirling around the web. Numerous reports point to the wireless company’s plans to enter the movie streaming business. Techcruch sees a partnership with Redbox in Verizon’s future, while Cnet indicates a Netflix takeover is more likely.

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