YouTube gets content deal with MGM; Level 3 doubles CDN capacity

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> Add one more major studio to the YouTube lineup... a sign that Hollywood may finally be losing--or at least learning to cope with--its long-standing fear of all things Google. Article

> Haivision today rolled out HyperStream, its Internet media services portfolio that it says simplifies and automates media distribution through cloud transcoding and CDN connectivity. Article

> Level 3 Communications announced it has expanded the global capacity of its content delivery network (CDN) by more than double to support customer growth and increased demand. Article

> Online video platform Ooyala is trying to make discovering video content easier and more personalized. Article

> Elemental Technologies CEO Sam Blackman says his company's role at this summer's Olympic Games in London are a litmus test for the industry. Article

> Cloud based TV software company KIT Digital is helping Sky Deutschland expand the reach of its Sky Go multiscreen service to new platforms and devices. Article

And finally... Barefoot and bold, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin outran four hungry bears vying for the birdfeeders hanging from his backyard porch--and won. Article  

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