Amazon and Fox in streaming deal; Super Bowl ads get YouTube boost

More online video news from across the Web:

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— NewTeeVee (@NewTeeVee) February 12, 2014

> Amazon and Fox reached a deal that will bring some FX and Fox-produced shows to the service. Story

> Online comedy startup Laffster rebrands as Cogo. Story

> "Jackass" alum Steve-O partners with Maker Studios. Story

> Documentary producer Ken Burns introduced an iOS app. Story

> Super Bowl ads continue to rack up views on YouTube. Story

> Brightcove touts its ad-insertion technology to publishers integrating Chromecast's SDK. Press release

> Wowza Media Systems touts its live streaming software. Press release

Cable news:
> Charter proposed a slate of new Time Warner Cable board nominees in a move to boost its takeover bid. Read more

Telecom news:
> Grande Communications is bringing its 1 Gbps service to Austin, Texas. Read more

And finally... Google is taking its Chromecast show on the road. The device is poised to be introduced in the U.K. soon, and reports indicate it could also land in Australia. There, Google has reportedly held talks with Telstra about supporting Telstra media content on the device and about integrating Chromecast technology in Telstra devices. Read more

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