Netflix begins streaming 4K content; Beth Israel expands Google Glass pilot

More online video news from across the Web:

> Netflix kicked off 4K streaming this week with the second season of "House of Cards" and some nature documentaries available in the Ultra HD format. Article

> Online video competition has reached its tipping point, with major online players preparing a variety of OTT options. Article

> Beth Israel Deaconess, a Boston-area hospital, is expanding its Google Glass pilot to its entire emergency department. Article

> Furman University is a finalist in an online video competition highlighting sustainability. Article

> Shutterstock partnered with comScore to chart the rise in popularity of online video. Article

And finally… Wellesley College's "Ravencam" launched last week, streaming live 24x7 video of a nesting pair of ravens on campus. Article

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