Limelight Networks buys OVP Delve Networks; Envivio lands $15 million in new funding;

> Limelight Networks buys OVP Delve Networks
> Envivio lands $15 million in new funding
> thePlatform adds Outdoor Channel as online video customer
> Highwinds Hires Van Macatee as COO of Content Delivery and Network Services
> EchoStar chooses Cheyenne for data center
> Triple play drive pay-TV operator ZON's growth
> IPTV arrives for Saudi broadband users
> tru2way televisions dropped by Panasonic
> Taboola supplying video recommendations on Bloomberg.com
> U.K. OVP vzaar tops 1,000-customer mark
> Contet ID system enhancement prompts YouTube to increase upload limit to 15 minutes
> LOVEFiLM picks Widevine for DRM, video optimization solutions
> 5min Media teams with Answers.com for premium video Q&A site
> VMIX rolls outs new developer tools for iPhone, Android-devices

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