Aereo's Kanojia gearing up next startup; Netflix invests big bucks in recommendation

More online video news from across the Web:

> Chet Kanojia is back in the entrepreneurial saddle: the former Aereo head is preparing to announce a new wireless startup, possibly called "Starry" which uses equipment that operates in the 3.8 GHz spectrum for wireless transmissions. FierceWireless article

> Netflix spends 20 times more per subscriber than pay-TV does when it comes to developing content recommendations, analyst Colin Dixon says. nScreenMedia post

> Internet measurement and optimization platform Cedexis has raised $22 million in its Series B funding round. Streaming Media post

> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler appointed Jonathan Levy, currently deputy chief economist for the commission, as acting chief economist following the departure of David Waterman. FCC announcement (PDF)

> Qwilt has teamed with IP networking integrator three6five to improve OTT video streaming strategies for operators in South Africa. Release

> Super Bowl advertisers are getting more bang for the buck by pairing their TV ads during the game with online video ads. WSJ article

And finally … Be cautious when reading reports about the size of the CDN market, Streaming Media's Dan Rayburn warns. Some data is just outright wrong. Blog post

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