Chromecast outsells other streaming devices again; Netflix could jumpstart OTT competition in Asia-Pacific

More online video news from across the Web:

> The booming online video industry is continuing to cause problems for broadcast content owners when it comes to licensing rights effectively. WSJ article

> Chromecast once again outsold all other streaming devices in the third quarter, Strategy Analytics said. Variety article

> Netflix's pending entry in several Asia-Pacific markets, including Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan, could jump-start fierce competition in the region's SVOD segment. ZDNet article

> A man caught pirating videos in the Czech Republic received an unusual punishment: if he posted a video of himself apologizing for his actions -- and the video received over 200,000 views -- major studios including Microsoft, Sony and Twentieth Century Fox would not sue. Mirror article

> Tablet TV's Plus app launched officially for the iOS, with Android support promised for next year. Multichannel News article

> Google is meeting with Israeli officials to discuss blocking "inflammatory" Palestinian videos from YouTube that Israel says are inciting Palestinian children to violence. International Business Times article

And finally... NBCUniversal-owned Telemundo has become the first Spanish-language TV network to gain more than 1 million subscribers on its YouTube channel. Release

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