Sling TV adds Cinemax to premium lineup; WWE Network passes 1.2M subscribers

More online video news from across the Web:

> Sling TV added Cinemax to its lineup, giving subscribers the option to pay an additional $10 monthly to get the premium channel. Release

> WWE Network has passed 1.2 million subscribers, a 72 percent leap year over year. Variety article

> Netflix has completed its massive, years-long shift from its own data centers to the AWS cloud. ars technica article

> Brightcove saw a $23.3 million gross profit in the fourth quarter of 2015 on net income of $172,000, or 1 cent per diluted share. The company plans to continue investing in expanding its sales capacity, according to CEO David Mendels. Release

> Netflix's international drive means the tables have turned on VPN masking: some U.S. users are using spoofed IP addresses to access Netflix UK so they can stream the latest season of Better Call Saul. BGR article

> Baidu executive Robin Yanhong Li and Qiyi chief executive Yu Gong have offered to buy the 80.5 percent stake in online video site Qiyi owned by Baidu -- a possible prelude to an IPO in the U.S. of iQiyi. NYT Dealbook article

And finally … This year's Grammy award statues contained a built-in GoPro camera that streamed close-up footage of winners receiving their award. Hope they remembered to turn the cameras off later. Fortune article

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