Vevo tries to move out of YouTube's shadow; WatchESPN boosts viewer numbers for Monday Night Football

More online video news from across the Web:

> Vevo chief Erik Huggers is working to move the music video service out of YouTube's shadow. Forbes article

> Netflix has made Spinnaker, its tool for quickly deploying its latest software code to machines running in the AWS cloud, available as an open-source offering. Wired article

> WatchESPN's stream of the NFL Monday Night Football match between the Texans and Bengals attracted 174,000 average minute impressions, 72 percent more viewers than it did in the same week a year previously. ESPN post

> Reuters is increasing the availability of its mobile app beyond iOS platforms, expanding to Apple TV last week and planning to add Android, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox apps next year. DigiDay article

> ABC is reportedly developing content exclusively for its WatchABC app. Variety article

> Microsoft laid out plans for its Cyber Defense Operations Center, which will protect against attacks on its internal systems and consumer products. Bidness Etc article

And finally… Liberty Global's John Malone has a few regrets in life. One of them, he said, was "not going hostile on Netflix when we identified it as being very undervalued." Article

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