Videoplaza integrates fully into Ooyala portfolio; SeaChange expands senior management team

More online video news from across the Web:

> Videoplaza is now Ooyala after fully integrating its ad tech platform into the service provider's offerings. Web page

> Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 10, is "chewing through" broadband usage caps of subscribers in places like Australia. DSL Reports article

> Comcast-owned NBCUniversal is investing $200 million in Buzzfeed. WSJ article (sub. req.)

> Could ad-blockers, the bane of online advertisers, actually help save the ad industry? NYT article (tiered sub.)

> Apple TV reportedly is being delayed again, until 2016, as negotiations with broadcasters stall. Bloomberg article

> Say it isn't so, Big Bird: Sesame Street is moving over to HBO, with its episodes cut down to 30 minutes. Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

> SeaChange expanded its senior management team, bringing aboard Paul Crann as SVP of product management and solutions architecture, and promoting Mitchell Chun to SVP of business development, both new positions in the company. Release

> Online music videos in the UK will now have age ratings in an attempt to protect children from viewing violent or objectionable content. BBC News video

> A new Google Chrome extension, Showgoers, allows friends to link up Netflix user accounts to watch the same movie at the same time. BGR article

And finally … Josh Groban sings the tweets of Donald Trump. Buy your copy today. Sydney Morning Herald article and video

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