Samsung launches mobile online video service; Netflix to adapt Lemony Snicket series

More online video news from across the Web:

> NAB is accepting applications for its SPROCKIT showcase for emerging companies at its annual tradeshow in April. Release

> Samsung is launching a mobile online video service. Story (sub. req.)

> Two-thirds of all OTT subscriptions in Latin America are Netflix subscriptions. Story

> Baeble Music has added music video collections from two producers, Moshcam and The Good Music Club, to its streaming video mix. Release

> Online video ad platform Eyeview has raised $15 million from existing investor Marker LLC and brought aboard two new executives in its marketing and sales divisions. Release

> Qatar-based communications service provider Ooredoo has signed an agreement with Al Jazeera Network to build out a global media cloud. Release

> iTunes sales of the updated single "Do They Know It's Christmas" raised £1 million ($1.56 million) within the first five minutes of its release--funds that will go toward fighting Ebola in West Africa. Story

> Twitter will reportedly release its own native video player in 2015. Story

> A Singapore Airlines passenger will have to pay the $1,171 he racked up in overage charges for in-flight Wi-Fi. Story

> Google Glass still elicits oohs and ahhs, but that may not be enough to keep it alive in the consumer marketplace. Story

And finally… It is my sad duty to inform you that Netflix will adapt Lemony Snicket's tragically popular book series A Series of Unfortunate Events into a new original series. Release

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