Amazon rumors float around ad-supported video; MST3K continues Turkey Day tradition on Vimeo

More online video news from across the Web:

> Amazon may launch a free, ad-supported video service, for sure this time, no doubt about it. Story

> Netflix streamed over 19,500,000 Terabytes--about 6.5 billion hours--of data in the first quarter of 2014 alone. Story

> Samsung introduced Milk, its mobile video service. Post

… followed soon after by Milk Studios, a photography and media company, suing Samsung for trademark infringement. Story

> VDMS signed a strategic agreement with KT Corporation to deliver multimedia content to Korea using Verizon's EdgeCast technology. Release

> How to fight traffic fraud in online video advertising. Story

> Netflix isn't respecting consumer law in France, a lawsuit filed by the Association for the Protection of Consumers and Users (CLCV) alleges. Story

> Kids in Britain are turning to online video more than traditional TV and radio, Ofcom says. Release

> Nielsen will begin measuring SVOD viewership, including Netflix and Amazon, in a limited capacity beginning next month. Story

> Software defined networking (SDN) is the best way to handle overall video workflows, from acquisition to delivery, says Elemental co-founder Sam Blackman. Story

And finally… Mystery Science Theater 3000 continued its annual Turkey Day tradition by announcing three new videos available on Vimeo: Jungle Goddess, The Painted Hills, and can't-miss classic The Screaming Skull. Release

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