Netflix subs can sign up on Apple TV; Virgin Media open to OTT offerings from Netflix, LoveFilm

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> Netflix subs can now sign up for the service on Apple TV, and also pay via iTunes. Article

> Ovation, the independently owned cable television channel that showcases art and artists, has secured a distribution deal with AT&T's U-verse, putting the channel in more than half of the nation's households that subscribe to pay-TV. Article

> Sorenson rolls out Squeeze 8 Pro encoding software with more options. Article

> An Amazon exec's LinkedIn profile has given a surprise peek to the company's original-content plans. Article

> Cyfrowy Polsat is offering free VOD content from online video service Ipla via its set-top boxes. Article

> Aereo could expand its online and mobile broadcast TV platform to 75 to 100 cities in the next year, IAC chairman Barry Diller said Sunday. Article

> Virgin Media CEO Neil Berkett says he is open to including OTT offerings from the likes of Netflix and Lovefilm. Article

> Google has won approval from the Missouri Public Service Commission to sell pay TV service in Kansas City, where it is constructing a fiber network capable of delivering speeds of 1 gigabit per second. Article

And finally... A Seattle-area corrections officer has been charged with bigamy after his two wives learned about each other on Facebook. Article

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