Amazon's Paull to keynote at NAB Online Video Conference; Cinamaker debuts mobile multicamera tech at SXSW

More online video news from across the Web:

> Michael Paull, VP of digital video at Amazon, will keynote at NAB's Online Video Conference in April. TV Technology article

> A new app called CinaMaker debuted at SXSW, promising to make possible on-the-fly, multicamera production by syncing up to four mobile devices. OnlineVideo.net article

> Netflix may be working on an app feature that allows mobile users to downgrade their video stream's quality in order to save on the amount of wireless data they're using to watch. BGR article

> Edgeware has brought aboard Richard Brandon as chief marketing officer to oversee global marketing strategies for the Stockholm-based TV over IP provider. Release

> Sky Media has chosen Yospace to provide dynamic ad insertion its on Sky Go linear OTT service and audience targeting across multiple devices. Release

And finally … Sony showed off its new PlayStation VR headset at the GD 2016 show in San Francisco, saying the device will go on sale in October for $399. TechCrunch article

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