Break-Alloy merger official; Hearst and AwesomenessTV form joint venture

Quick news from across the Web.

> Break Media and Alloy Digital have made it official: They are now known as Defy Media. Press Release

> Hearst and AwesomenessTV formed an online-video joint venture targeting teen girls. Press Release

Netflix got exclusive Dutch rights for Disney programming starting next year. Story

> Disney's Marvel unit might be courting online distributors with new series. Story

> Univision and Bedrocket Media will introduce an online video network on YouTube called Flama. Story

> A federal judge in Washington, D.C., denied a request by FilmOn X to change an injunction against it. Story

Cable News

> Wireless LTE and WiMAX networks could deliver live HD IPTV, a study found. Read more

Wireless News

> Scratch, a new wireless MVNO on Sprint's network, wants to offer free services over Wi-Fi with low-cost cellular roaming. Read more

And finally... Maybe you've seen the tweets: "What does the fox say?" At first, they seemed to be the delirious rants of young parents who could no longer separate the stories they read to their children from their social media lives. But the tweets kept coming, thanks to more than 126 million views of the new hit music video of the same name on YouTube and a helpful write-up in the New York TimesRead more

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