Charter to sell AT&T U-verse ad inventory; OTT popularity continues to grow in U.S.

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> Charter Communications has become the latest MSO to sell advertising for AT&T's U-verse product, a necessary revenue act that continues to take place between two video industry enemies. Set to initially launch in St. Louis, Charter's advertising unit will begin selling AT&T U-verse advertising at the end of October followed by other unnamed markets. Article

> Over-the-top video is continuing to grow in popularity in the U.S., according to a new report. Knowledge Networks said that both streamed and downloaded OTT video, to virtually all platforms, has seen double-digit growth in the past year, and it is becoming increasingly popular across almost all age groups. Article

> ESPN and Turner Sports are giving NASCAR fans a new digital viewing experience, with NASCAR.com's interactive live video product, RaceBuddy, available for the first time ever heading into the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Article

> Content security firm Irdeto has expanded its ActiveCloak for Media solution portfolio to include providing protection for media applications or devices used to view content over the top or via the home network, giving operators, content owners and CE manufacturers flexibility in securing digital content inside and outside the home. Article

> Ooyala, the white-label online video platform that already has raised $44 million in financing since its launch in 2007, today said Motorola Mobility has invested an undisclosed sum in the company. Article

> Netflix has completed its rollout in 43 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, offering programming in English, Spanish and Portuguese, and the company expects to be profitable in Mexico within two years. Article

And finally... Home seller offers $1,000 in booze to lubricate deal with buyers. Article

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