Netflix extends Dreamworks content deal; Irdeto bulks up digital video security offering

More online video news from across the Web:

> WatchESPN is seeing a big increase in online viewers during this NBA season: unique viewers per game is up 61 percent compared to last year. MediaZone post

> Netflix extended its content licensing deal with Dreamworks and will showcase several of the studio's new series, like Trollhunter. ABC News article

> AccuWeather's online Video Wall, powered by Brightcove's Video Cloud platform, saw a 300 percent increase in viewers year-over-year in 2015. Digital Signage Connection article

> 4K TVs are rolling out at CES, but it still may not be the right time to buy one. NYT Bits post

> Irdeto announced at CES it is implementing the VIDITY security specification for digital content authoring, and is partnering with Aspera to offer forensic watermarking capabilities to its video customers. Release

> Netflix's latest documentary, Making a Murderer, is getting plenty of publicity in the form of media buzz about the film's subject. Slate article

And finally … comScore's latest Media Metrix rankings show that online video viewing is holding steady among U.S. viewers at just under 200 million in November. Rapid TV News article

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