Netflix stock downgraded; CBS licenses shows online overseas

Quick news from around the Web:

> Analysts cut rating on Netflix. Story

> CBS licenses shows to Amazon's Lovefilm. Story

> Fighting latency at YouTube. Story

> A look at the top YouTube channels. Story

> Watchwith gets $5 million in new funding. Release

> NeuLion powering Sensio's 3DGO! VOD service. Release

> Sean Gorman, former Amazon executive, joins Panopto. Release


> Satellite TV (DTH or DBS) revenues are predicted to overtake cable TV revenues in 2013, but the fastest growing platform is IPTV, according to data compiled by Digital TV Research for its Digital TV World Revenue Forecasts. Read more

Telecom News

> iiNet, an Australian-based competitive telco, has begun offering fiber to the premises (FTTP)-based services over the government-backed National Broadband Network (NBN) in South Perth and Victoria Park. Read more

And finally... Cogent and Verizon are arguing over peering agreements--the connections consumer Internet service providers and backbone Internet providers share to move traffic around the world. Video is at the heart of the dispute: Read more about it here.

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