Comedy Central launched, which features video clips from every episode dating back to ’99, when Jon Stewart took over the reins of “The Daily Show.” The site will be expanded to include the show’s entire video history, well over 13K clips. The site comes after Comedy Central owner Viacom sued YouTube in Mar, claiming that nearly 160K of its clips (including “The Daily Show”) were being traded illegally. The launch is sponsored by AT&T, Hyundai and TiVo. — Cablevision’s News 12 Networks launched “News 12 My Town,” a series of hyper-local, user-generated Websites. Users can upload photos and video, publish stories or articles, provide community event and calendar info, “sound off” on a bulletin board, or view material presented by their neighbors, on the free site.

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Byron Allen ready to Make Disney Buy

Allen Media Group Chair/CEO Byron Allen believes that if anyone could succeed in a bid to purchase assets from Disney , his company would be able to get it done. He’s bidding $10 billion for assets that

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