Leadership changes at YouTube, AwesomenessTV; Netflix orders new "House of Cards" episodes

More online video news from across the Web

> Veteran Google executive is reportedly set to take the top spot at YouTube. Story

> DreamWorks Animation hired former Blip Networks CEO to run AwesomenessTV. Story

> Netflix ordered a third season of "House of Cards." Story

> "House of Cards" producer Media Rights Capital has reportedly sold a minority stake in itself to Guggenheim Capital. Story

> Fox says the Super Bowl streaming audience grew 4 percent from a year earlier. Story

> The New York Times chronicles the issues facing YouTube content creators. Story

> Hulu Plus gets "Elementary" episodes from CBS. Story

> Hallmark Channel content to get syndicated online. Press release

> Qwilt introduces live streaming video transparent caching system. Press release

Cable news

> Dish, Disney may be near a settlement on the Hopper DVR lawsuit. Read more

Wireless news

> Cisco lowered its mobile traffic growth forecasts but says LTE traffic is set to grow quickly. Read more

And finally... Amazon told investors last week it might raise the price of a Prime subscription by $20 to $40. Today, Prime membership costs $79 a year. Along with free shipping on many Amazon products, it includes access to a growing library of streaming TV and movies. A price hike could be good news for other online video destinations like Netflix. Read more

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