Amazon may sell $50 streaming-capable tablet; Wines of Chile turns to Periscope

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> Amazon reportedly is planning to sell a $50 tablet beginning around the holiday season. Wall Street Journal article

> Offline downloads, such as those now available to Amazon Prime subscribers, add too much complexity to SVOD subscribers' lives, said Netflix's Neil Hunt. Gizmodo article

> Media General is acquiring Meredith Corp. for around $2.4 billion, which will make Media General the third-largest television station group in the country. Article

> Wines of Chile live-streamed a virtual wine-tasting and discussion on Periscope, as marketers continue to embrace the branding opportunity that the Twitter-owned service provides. Release

And finally… How houses of worship can become media companies. Article

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