CBS All Access subscribers rack up double the viewing time; 'Sharknado' gets Rifftrax treatment

More online video news from across the Web:

> Subscribers to CBS' $6 All Access OTT service watch twice as much content as non-subscribers, according to CBS Interactive CEO Jim Lanzone. Story

> YouTube's AdBlitz channel saw voters peg Nissan's "With Dad" Super Bowl commercial as their favorite. Blog post

> Rifftrax's top-requested roasting of SyFy classic Sharknado is available for download starting today. Announcement

> ESPN complained it was not even considered for rights to broadcast the FIFA World Cup. Release

> Nintendo has canceled its plans to launch TVii in Europe. Story

> Hulu has rolled three separate features, including Favorites, Stuff You Watch and Queue, into one all-encompassing user feature called Watchlist. Post

> TiVo's hybrid box helped reduce churn for Swedish cableco Com Hem. Story

> ATEME posted its third consecutive year of growth, posting a 24 percent rise in revenue to €25.4 million ($29 million). Release

> Internet pioneer Vint Cerf called for the industry to develop a "digital vellum" that would preserve digital history for generations beyond. Story

> Arkena will provide CDN services to Norway's public broadcaster, NRK, for its online streaming effort. Release

> Adaptive Medias has added a mobile-focused online video platform to its end-to-end portfolio. Release

And finally… Netflix's unintentional-maybe-intentional, 15-minute leak of the new season of House of Cards on Feb. 11 revealed one huge, game-changing spoiler. Story

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