Livestream introduces pocket-sized encoder; Daily Show's Stewart squares off against WWE's Rollins

More online video news from across the Web:

> Livestream introduced a pocket-sized encoder that attaches to a video camera to enable untethered live streaming. Story

> Digital video ad spending climbed 39 percent in 2014, and digital ads claimed 30 percent of the market in the U.S. Story

> In the wake of the FCC's net neutrality vote, Tom Wheeler is in salesman mode at MWC 2015, convincing other countries that the new U.S. regulations won't hinder the Internet. Story

> A tweet by Netflix ahead of the vote illustrated how throttled Internet data might appear. Story

> Roku added health-focused SVOD provider FMTV to its channel lineup. Post

> Russia didn't feel there was room for Netflix just two years ago, but the climate there and in Eastern and Central Europe has changed to one of great anticipation for the SVOD provider's entry into the region. Story

> Piksel has been ordered to hand over source code to a client, Vubiquity-owned FilmFlex. Story

> Did Comcast throttle online video streams? The FCC wants to know as part of its merger review. Story

> MIT and Harvard have been sued by the National Association of the Deaf for failing to provide accurate, comprehensive closed captioning of their online course materials. Post

> The fast-changing online world has led to uneasy relationships between mobile carriers and tech giants like Facebook. Story

> Nickelodeon is launching "Noggin," a $6 per month streaming service. Story

> Aereo's asset sale only garnered a little over $2 million, far below the $4 million to $31 million it had hoped for. Story

> Akamai is trialing its Predictive Video over Cellular solution with five unnamed mobile operators. Story

> Vimeo signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Machinima, not long after its recent agreement with Maker Studios. Story

> Buenos Aires will host its first online video film festival, kicking off March 11. Story

And finally… The Daily Show's John Stewart squared off against pro wrestler Seth Rollins--despite not really being able to lift his arms over his head anymore--on WWE's Monday Night Raw. Video