Lionsgate, Tribeca launch online films showcase; Roku working on IPO

More online video news from across the Web:

> Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises are launching a streaming service, Tribeca Short List, to showcase selected films online. Story

> Amazon will debut its first live-action kids series, Gortimer Gibbon's Life On Normal Street, on Nov. 21. Release

> Roku is working on an IPO, Story, and raised $25 million in its latest funding round. Story

> Did the FCC hit the pause button on its merger reviews because media companies are afraid we'll learn what their fees are? Story

> Broadband-enabled households in the U.S. average 17.4 hours of online video viewing per week. Release

> Hulu is bringing more Viacom shows to its service, including past seasons of series from Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and other channels. Blog post

> Australia's online video advertising market will jump from $198 million in 2014 to $780 million in 2019. Story

> Viewbix will showcase an interactive online video marketing platform at ad:tech New York next week. Story

Wireless News

> Mobile operators are missing an opportunity to partner with cable operators on Wi-Fi services that would rapidly expand their marketing options. Column

> Motorola Mobility's deal with Lenovo will double the number of markets it competes in and could help it regain market share. Story

Cable News

> Dish Network has been ordered to pay $22,500 to a Charleston, W.V., man for calling his mobile phone 31 times to collect a debt that wasn't his. Story

> By 2019, the world will have 1.1 billion pay-TV subscribers, ABI Research says. Story

Telecom News

> Vandalism of FairPoint's northern New England network and plant facilities has spiked since a labor strike began Oct. 17. Story

> Frontier Communications has moved in ahead of Google Fiber's Portland plans, introducing 1 Gbps broadband services in parts of Beaverton, Ore. Story

And finally… Could Netflix's upcoming series Marco Polo prove to be its own Game of Thrones? Story

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