NBCU adds linear, cable inventory to its programmatic ad offering; Disney Channel revamps programming windows

More online video news from across the Web:

> NBCUniversal is adding linear broadcast and cable inventory to its programmatic ad offering. Broadcasting & Cable article

> Amazon has changed its shareholder rules to allow so-called "proxy access," which makes it easier for longtime shareholders to nominate up to two board directors. WSJ article

> Disney Channel is making a big change to its windowing strategy, making all new episodes of its shows available across its platforms on the same day that they premiere on linear TV networks. B&C article

> TiVo may have a new retail product in the offing, but isn't saying what it is, yet. Light Reading article

> The Streaming Media East conference is adding a "VR experience" section to its streaming devices pavilion to highlight virtual reality devices and platforms. Streaming Media blog post

> Ericsson's OTT Cloud Connect initiative promises to connect mobile operators to OTT video providers in order to deliver new services to users. It first big partnership: Google. informitv article

And finally … Netflix is making good on its promise to ban IP addresses masked by virtual private networks (VPNs). Express article

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