ActiveVideo acquired by Charter, Arris; Kaltura introduces cross-platform DRM solution

Online video news from across the Web:

> Charter and Arris partnered to buy ActiveVideo for $135 million. Story

> YouTube is definitely, for sure this time, really bringing a subscription option to YouTube, Bloomberg reports, citing an email it obtained from an unnamed source. Story

> Kaltura introduced a cross-platform digital rights management solution that integrates with DASH and meets the Common Encryption (CENC) standard. Release

> Verizon Digital Media Services introduced "Translate" to ease broadcasters' transition of content to a multiscreen environment. Release

> Google and Kudelski Group entered into a cross-patent license agreement. Release

> ATEME and VideoFlow are teaming to develop technologies for "broadcast-quality" IP video streaming. Release

And finally… How you can take advantage of the nifty online video trend, which is apparently both new and oh-so-five-years-ago. Story

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