Playboy launches online video initiative; Brightcove partners with Vemba for OTT content library

More online video news from across the Web:

The first season of Netflix series Narcos will air on NBCUniversal's Spanish-language network, Univision, in a move to promote the SVOD provider's original content. NYT article

Playboy is adding original online video content to its website in an ad-supported format which will feature a variety of lifestyle, documentary, and scripted series. Release

Scripps said it will launch apps on Roku for each of its affiliate television stations over the next month. B&C article

Adobe is adding virtual reality and augmented reality capabilities to Primetime, Marketing Cloud, and Premiere Pro CC. Release

Brightcove has partnered with Vemba, a video distribution and content discovery platform for premium providers, to offer an expanded content library and other features to customers. Release

And finally … the NBA is launching an online video site called Playmakers that will feature fan-created basketball content. CNET article

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