Vevo launches in Brazil; Fox signs TV Everywhere deal with Cable One

More online video news from across the web:

> Online music video service Vevo has launched a standalone service in Brazil, offering 50,000 HD music videos to the market. Article

> Fox Broadcasting has signed its first cable TV Everywhere deal with Cable One, joining agreements it's made with Dish Network and Verizon FiOS. Article

> The Olympics were golden for the BBC Sport online site which tallied 55 million visits, topped by a peak traffic moment Aug. 1 when cyclist Bradley Wiggins won gold in the men's time trial. Article

> Sony's Playstation 3 (PS3) now has a native YouTube app, downloadable through the Playstation store. Article

> Viewdini's streaming VoD service is now available on Verizon iOS devices. Article

> Vimond Media Solutions has added a video management tool onto its Online Video Platform. Article

> Free streaming movie platform Popcornflix has surpassed 500,000 downloads (and they're adding up fast) on Roku. Article

And finally… Boston-based online video advertising platform Visible Measures has garnered $21.5 million in funding from a bundle of investors. Article

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