MobiTV teams with Jabil for streaming stick chipset; Zuckerberg challenges Internet industry

Online video news from across the Web:

> MobiTV has teamed with system-on-a-chip maker Jabil on development of its white-label HDMI dongle. Release

> Alki David is demanding to be taken seriously, challenging broadcasters to treat his FilmOn service like a cable company and allow him to pay retransmission fees. Story

> Sun Valley is under way this week: media titans are meeting in their annual closed-to-the-press conference from which some mega-deals historically have sprung. Story

> HBO's "tremendous assets" in content make it a strong competitor against Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, head of marketing Pam Levine told WSJ. Story

> DreamworksTV is aiming to become a trusted source of online content for parents. Story

> Verizon Digital Media Services has added cloud-based security solutions to its Edgecast platform including anti-DDOS, Origin protection and Web Application Firewall (WAF). Release

> Mark Zuckerberg challenged the industry to find new ways to connect the world to the Internet. Op-ed

> Amazon has added Red Oaks, a comedy produced by Steven Soderbergh and directed by David Gordon Green, to its pilot season. Release

> Net neutrality rules must apply to mobile broadband too, even though there's more competition in the space than in fixed broadband. Commentary

And finally… Want to get paid to watch Netflix? If you live in the UK or Ireland, it's a possibility as the SVOD provider is advertising for a "tagger" to view programs and add "objective tags" to them. Story

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