Online video market to top $800M by 2019; AllDigital CEO Summers passes away

More online video news from across the Web:

> The online video market will top $800 million in revenue by 2019. Story

> The reported deal between Time Warner Inc. and Vice Media is now reported to be off. Story

> Paul Summers, CEO and chairman of AllDigital Holdings, passed away suddenly, the company announced Friday. Release

> Netflix is adding a social recommendations feature. Post

> New York Times reporter still can't figure out Twitch's appeal, or why Amazon bought it. Story

> Apple's iCloud may be more vulnerable than the manufacturer is willing to admit, as several celebrity accounts were hacked over the Labor Day weekend. Story

> SAPEC will launch a range of encoders and decoders at IBC 2014. Release

And finally… Bart Spreister has been promoted to SVP, video products, at Harmonic. Release

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