Machinima seeking new boss; YouTube's music awards leave critics cold

Quick news from across the Web.

> Machinima's CEO will step down as the company seeks new funding. Story

> YouTube's music awards failed to draw a large simultaneous audience. Story

Hulu's "Quick Draw" has been renewed for a second season. Story

> DivX is for sale again. An analyst said streaming video giants could be interested in buying it. Story

> Streamnation reboots as a way to share streaming video from the cloud. Press release

> BrightRoll adds business development, engineering and legal talent to its executive team. Press release

Cable News

> According to top cable-industry vendor Arris, multiple large customers are planning to offer cloud-DVR service in 2014. Read more

Wireless News

> T-Mobile has the lowest latency among LTE networks in the United States according to data compiled by OpenSignal and FierceWireless. Read more

And finally... Amazon's "Alpha House" is set to premier Nov. 15. The New York Times' David Carr looks at why Amazon is getting into the original online video business, the production of the show and how Amazon Prime customers spend more on ecommerce than the average visitor. Read more

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