Amazon offers select members free Fire TV; How fraudsters trick online video advertisers

More online video news from across the Web:

> Amazon is offering Fire TV to a select group of Prime members for free. Story

> Vodafone is using online video technology from SignVideo to connect hearing-impaired customers to its customer service reps with a BSL (British Sign Language) interpreter as the go-between. Story

> Managed video services and UC provider Yorktel appointed Greg Douglas as executive vice president of sales. Release

> Overseas e-commerce giant Alibaba is buying a 10 percent chunk of Singapore's postal system. Story

> Sony is forming a joint venture with two companies to market its PlayStation console and related software and streaming services to mainland China via Shanghai's free trade zone. Video game consoles were banned in the country from 2000 until this January. Story

And finally… The Wall Street Journal explains some of the ways fraudsters trick major advertisers into buying online video ad space on their websites. Story

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