Netflix links freely with 99% of ISPs; .tv domain finds new life thanks to online video

More online video news from across the Web:

> Netflix has unpaid links with 99 percent of Internet service providers, the SVOD provider told the FCC. Story

> Amazon will debut all 10 new episodes of the series Transparent on Sept. 26, but Prime members can watch the first episode online now. Release

> Aereo, sadly, is not a cable operator, a court declared Thursday. Story

> Ouatch.TV, a French online streaming channel, is now a basic cable channel as SFR and Free have made it part of their basic subscription tier. Story

> The ".tv" domain is finding new life thanks to the rise of online video superheroes like Twitch. Story

> Charter Communications Internet customers didn't get their Simpsons OTT fix during this weekend's marathon due to intermittent outages. Story

> Turner Sports, Sky and BBC are among those who made the shortlist for the IBC 2014 Innovation Awards. List

> Amazon greenlit pilots for five new childrens' shows. Release

> One-third of Germany's TV viewers use video on demand for catch-up viewing. Story

> Multiscreen video provider Fluendo acquired Longomatch, a software tool that lets users tag, review and perform real-time analysis of live streaming sports matches. Release

And finally… The Streamy Awards announced its Audience Choice finalists ahead of its Sept. 7 live-streamed ceremony. Release

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