John Biggs writes: "... Fans immediately began putting copies of the [Lazy Sunday] video online. On one free video-sharing site, YouTube (www.youtube.com), it was watched a total of five million times . NBC soon made the video available as a free download from the Apple iTunes Music Store. ¶ Julie Supan, senior director of marketing for YouTube, said she contacted NBC Universal about working out a deal to feature NBC clips, including 'Lazy Sunday,' on the site. NBC Universal responded early this month with a notice asking YouTube to remove about 500 clips of NBC material from its site or face legal action under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. YouTube complied last week. 'Lazy Sunday' is still available for free viewing on NBC's Web site, and costs $1.99 on iTunes. ..." Link: New York Times.