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August 22, 2016

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Online Video News
Globosat, NET, and Elemental Team to Stream Olympics in Brazil
Brazilian pay TV provider/broadcaster Globosat and pay TV/broadband provider NET are both using Elemental Technologies solutions to make the 2016 Rio Olympics the "most connected games in history."
Google Transitions Hangouts on Air Users to YouTube Live
While a blog post announced that users won't be able to create new Hangouts on Air sessions, the product is actually being shifted to the enterprise.
Ooyala Announces AppStudio for Multi-Platform OTT Video
In September, Ooyala will release AppStudio, which combines app templates with backend tools designed to help distribute and monetize video.
Twitter May Create Apple TV App for NFL Games, Other Live Video
It's one month until the kickoff of Twitter's Thursday night NFL streaming, and having a set-top box app would make its live video easier to find and enjoy.
Short Cuts
Video: How Can Content Providers Deliver a Consistent Experience Across Devices?
Plex's Greg Edmiston, HBO's John Narus, and Machinima's James Glasscock discuss the challenges of controlling and standardizing the user/viewer experience across the diverse device landscape.
Industry News
Roku Customers to Enjoy Top Series from Several U.S. Networks
Leading SaaS Video Distribution Provider Takes the Complexity Out of Live Streaming and Monetization For Video Businesses
On-stand demonstrations of business models and deployments that are only economically or technically viable thanks to V-Nova Perseus show why it has to be Perseus at IBC 2016
Ericsson will showcase a series of new TV and media solutions, launches and innovation concepts spanning its software portfolio including next generation playout solutions, augmented reality enriched experiences and immersive sports technologies at IBC 20
Axle Starter software included with Avid Nexis Pro storage configurations signals next step in shared storage: integrated tools to swiftly find, use, and share media
Public beta of major new camera OS with new user interface, dozens of features and improved camera performance is now available for download!
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