FilmOn teams with Hologram USA and Endemol; Google opens up Hangouts

More online video news from across the Web:

> FilmOn partnered with Hologram USA and Endemol to digitally distribute live programming that features holographic performances of classic stars like Whitney Houston, Buddy Holly and others. Release

> The FCC's Tom Wheeler has put on hold consideration of new rules for online video providers. The Hill article

> YouTube will provide financial backing to a handful of its creators to fight "unfair" takedown demands. NYT article

> Video provider Ooyala said its IQ analytics product can now work with players from other video providers. StreamingMediaBlog article

> Bloomberg TV views linear TV as "a source of content for online video." Niemen Journalism Lab article

> Netflix plans to offer a new Lost in Space show. Engadget article

> The Streaming Video Alliance marked its one-year anniversary as it welcomed NBCUniversal and several OTT vendors to its ranks including IneoQuest, Vubiquity and others. Release

> Google opened up its Hangouts video conference service to everyone, including those who don't have Google accounts. Fortune article

And finally… According to a new report, millennials only watch live TV 30 percent of the time. Release

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