Canadian content going to China; Sky sees no limits for New Zealand online video

Wireline news from across the web:

> NFB ZONE, a Canadian-branded channel on a website operated by Chinese media outlet Phoenix New Media will offer up online selections of films produced by the National Film Board of Canada, marking the first digital channel designated to distribute Canadian films in mainland China. Article

> Mega-content provider Sky told the New Zealand Commerce Commission that the online video-content market is "large and evolving" and that barriers for "imminent entry" of international content providers are low. Article

> Integrated broadcast and broadband entertainment is the goal of a partnership between the Pac-12 Conference (through its Pac-12 Enterprises content and multiplatform media company) and Ooyala. Release

> Nintendo will keep the Friend Code system when it launches the Wii U, Reggie Fils-Aime confirmed in an interview, claiming that the new method will be a lot simpler than the current method. Article

> ScreenMail officially launched its cloud-based video communications tool for sending and receiving videos recorded directly on a desktop screen. Release

And finally … WeVideo is moving to new, larger headquarters in the Silicon Valley because, co-founder and CEO Jostein Svendsen said in a release, "we are in in expansion mode."

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