News of Note—Comcast, Plex, Adobe and more

News of note

> Software vendor Adobe says single sign-on technology has spearheaded significant increases in the consumption of TV Everywhere video. FierceCable story

> Comcast has finally signed a carriage agreement with Epix, leaving DirecTV as the only major pay TV operator not to carry the premium cable network jointly launched by Viacom, Lionsgate and MGM. FierceCable story

> Canada-based video technology company Dejero has secured new financing to help accelerate product development and global expansion for its blended IP video delivery solution. FierceBroadcasting story

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> Plex has quietly added new functionality to its DVR for Plex Pass subscribers that will allow them to have commercials automatically chopped out of recordings. FierceBroadcasting story

> While an International Trade Commission ruling that bars Comcast’s from importing pay TV set-tops with unlicensed technology would seem to be a blow to the cable company’s thriving X1 deployment business, Raymond James analyst Simon Leopold downplays the concern for investors. FierceCable story

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