Roku on track to go public, report says; Hulu inks exclusive rights to 'Fargo'

More online video news from across the Web:

> Netflix launched a "Recommended TV" program that identifies smart TVs that offer the best performance and features to stream content from the SVOD service. Release

> Roku may go public soon, according to bankers in the know, and its revenue for 2015 is projected to be in the $275 million to $300 million range. Story

> Hulu inked exclusive rights to stream the FX series Fargo this year. Story

> Sony is giving Playstation Network members a 10 percent discount on their next transaction to make up for its Christmas Day network outage. Story

> How does the U.S. military use streaming video for its deployed forces worldwide? Streaming Media delivers this overview. Story

> Half of all U.S. millennial Netflix subscribers stream video on their mobile devices, comScore says. Post

> YouTube announced it will natively support 360-degree video uploads. Story

> Likewise, ATEME and STMicroelectronics demonstrated 360-degree video capability on an Android-based set-top box at CES. Release

> Netflix's Ken Florance posted another note about paid fast lanes on the Internet. Blog post

And finally… Amazon's next pilot season will debut Jan. 15, with 13 potential series up for viewer consideration. Release

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