Netflix's 'Daredevil' technology enables fast global distribution; Streamroot partners with NPAW on analytics

More online video news from across the Web:

> The technology behind Daredevil: Netflix describes how it distributed the hit series' second season worldwide within 15 minutes of its official launch date.  Variety article

> IneoQuest said "buffer rage" is still an epidemic among OTT viewers in its latest research. Release

> "Tribe," an OTT video service focused on viewers in the Asean (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) market, launched this week with live and on demand content. The Sun Daily article

> The two-front battle Yahoo is waging between an activist shareholder and its plans to sell off its core business unit. NYT article (sub. req.)

> Streamroot has formed a strategic partnership with NPAW (Nice People At Work), a business intelligence and analytics provider, to offer richer analytics to the OTT market. Release

And finally … is YouTube Red taking the SVOD market by storm yet? One analyst doesn't think so. Broadcasting & Cable article

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