NBA Digital goes all-in for Summer League games; Yahoo bids $250M for Fullscreen

Online video news from across the Web:

> NBA Digital will show all 92 of its 2014 Summer League games across its platforms throughout July, including NBA TV, NBA.com and NBA Mobile. Story

> Picking up Community doesn't make sense if Yahoo's trying to woo more viewers, Nikki Finke says. Story

> AOL's library of content is now available on Apple TV. Story

> Fox is citing last week's Supreme Court decision against Aereo to bolster its claim against Dish Network's Hopper DVR. Story

> VOD users watch over an hour more linear TV than non-VOD users, Nielsen reports. Story

> Amazon is now the exclusive streaming home for indie films released by Drafthouse Films, the distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse and Cinema, thanks to a deal with Cinedigm. Release

> Showtime Anytime, the premium channel's TV Everywhere offering, launched on the Xbox 360. Release

> Rumors over: Yahoo has put in a $250 million bid for Fullscreen, which creates content for YouTube channels. Story

> Creative Galaxy, the second original kids' series from Amazon, debuted on Prime Instant Video June 27. Release

> NeonGrid, which enables online video creators to credit their work via tagging, has partnered with Machinima and BigFrame to continue building out its network. Story

> The current scale of online video advertising poses no threat to the TV advertising market. Story

> Farewell, Orkut, we hardly knew ye. Story

> Russia is considering amending its On Advertising law to ban commercials on pay-TV channels. Story

> EU antitrust chief Joaquin Almunia said he might investigate Google's YouTube dominance in Internet searches. Story

And finally… Remember the early days of online video, before YouTube, when all your base did not belong to them? VidCon's Hank Green put together a Strongbad-approved retrospective. Video

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