Netflix grabs all of CW's series in exclusive deal; VideoAmp appoints Parkes as CRO

More online video news from across the web:

> Netflix has signed a licensing agreement with The CW Network that makes the CBS-Warner Bros. venture network's series, including all current and upcoming ones, available exclusively on the SVOD service. Release

> Twitter brought aboard Facebook veteran Bret Taylor to help jumpstart its stalled growth. New York Times article

> Net Insight, a Stockholm-based online media transport provider, has been selected by a large, unnamed service provider to support a network connecting 20 stadiums that will deliver 4K and HD video. Release

> FilmStruck, the SVOD service created by Turner and Criterion Collection, is on track to launch this fall. Columbus Dispatch article

> VideoAmp has appointed Michael Parkes as its first-ever chief revenue officer, to help capitalize on the cross-screen optimization vendor's growing presence globally. Release

> The Society of Broadcast Engineers is developing a program targeting military veterans to bring their skills into the broadcasting industry. TV News Check article

And finally ... Live streaming in China isn't just a passing fad; it's becoming big business for millions of individual exhibitionists and internet giants alike. Bloomberg article

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