UK tabloid joins bidding for Yahoo; NFL unlikely to stream its London games in 2016

More online video news from across the web:

> The parent company of UK newspaper Daily Mail is joining the bidding for Yahoo. WSJ article

> Outside Television garnered two Emmy nominations for its series Jeremey Jones Higher. Release

> The NFL is unlikely to stream its regular-season games from London following its deal with Twitter. Reuters article

> A new site, Flix Premiere, is launching in the U.S., promising to show only independently produced, never before seen movies. Fox Business article

> Netflix's grandfathered-in lower pricing for existing U.S. customers is about to end. Decider article

> Tech publication Mashable left at least one of its editorial staffers stranded in an airport when it suddenly laid off 30 employees in a move to refocus into a TV and online video centric platform, a la Vice. TechCrunch article

> The online video advertising market is plagued by "a lack of currency and transparency," Sizmek CEO Neil Nguyen says. AdNews article

And finally … it's the kind of advertising Facebook probably doesn't want: arms dealers are using the social media site to host "sprawling online arms bazaars" that sell weapons coveted by militants and terrorists. New York Times article (sub. req.)

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