Daily SearchCast, Feb. 26, 2007: What Video Search Needs Is More Video; Microsoft Charges $8 Billion Per Ad Click (OK, Maybe Not Quite That Much); Matt Cutts Does Google Accusation Debunking & More!

What's really holding back video search? It's not the lack of speech recognition. Google and Yahoo insert more direct answers and content into search results. Microsoft has a bug causing major overcharges for paid ads. Is Google selling PR? Nah, say Google's Matt Cutts -- who is also this edition's special cohost. These stories and more in today's episode!

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