AOL launches self-serve programmatic ad buying; Ranch TV debuts with OTT education for Texas ranchers

More online video news from across the Web:

> AOL launched self-serve programmatic ad buying on its ONE by AOL platform. Release

> Cost, level of experience and value-added services are just some of the factors enterprises should look for when hiring a company to produce online videos for them. OnlineVideo.net article

> Ranch TV, an OTT service that offers free video instruction and materials online for ranchers, has launched thanks to a partnership between Texas A&M's AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas Beef Council. AgriLife Today post

> To recognize Autism Awareness Month, the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence is launching a new online video training program for families and providers. ASD Strategies In Action will offer skills and techniques to help everyone who interacts with and supports individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder. Release

> V-Nova will demonstrate its Perseus software with partners like Imagine Communications during NAB in Las Vegas. Release

> Net Insight made several changes to its management team and is consolidating its R&D efforts into Neti Innovation Labs. Release

> DVEO has updated its TLV400E-8VSB frequency-agile demodulator and MPEG-2 decoder and will demonstrate the unit at NAB 2016. Release

And finally … Machinima will debut a daily esports show on Verizon's Go90 service. Variety article

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