FCC sets course on Internet rules; Hulu gets a new CTO

Quick online video news from across the Web

> The FCC will not appeal a federal court's decision to throw out most of its open Internet rules. Instead it will try to write new rules that fit with the court's guidance. Press release

> Hulu has hired Tian Lim, a former Sony Entertainment leader, to be its chief technology officer. Story

> Amazon licensed the streaming rights to the TV show "Teen Wolf" and a host of MGM-produced movies. Story

> Vevo and NUVOtv will work together on a new original series. Story

> Netflix acquires rights to NBC show "Crossing Lines." Story

Cable News:

> RCN is beginning to offer subscribers with TiVo set-tops the ability to access HTML5 apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Vimeo on TV. Read more

Telecom news:

> Swisscom is taking a page from the Google Fiber and AT&T's fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) playbook with plans to offer its own 1 Gbps service to 1 million households in Switzerland's metro area households. Read more

And finally... Netflix introduced the second season of its flagship series "House of Cards" on Friday. The show appears to have drawn a high amount of binge viewing behavior among its fans. This year, a far greater percentage of overall Netflix subscribers sampled at least one episode of the series, according to Procera.  Read more

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