Warner Bros. offers vintage movies and TV shows; marketers making use of online video

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> Warner Bros. is offering unlimited streaming access to vintage movies and TV shows for $10 a month via its Warner Archive Instant service. Story

> Online video is becoming increasingly popular as a marketing tool, according to details from a seminar conducted by digital marketing expert Sage Lewis. Story

> Slightly more than a million U.S. pay TV customers cut the cord to watch online video last year, a report by Convergence Consulting said. Story

> Rovio Entertainment is using Brightcove's technology to support its "Angry Birds Toons" animated series launch. Story

> Magic Ruby said it has developed a second screen companion application for the DirecTV original series "Rogue." Press release

> Video discovery service Frequency discovered its one billionth video. Press release

IPTV News

> Aereo has again prevailed--at least for the moment--in its long-running battle with broadcasters that disagree with its business of receiving and retransmitting their signals without reimbursement. IPTV--and other pay TV providers--pay increasingly high fees to broadcasters for the rights to retransmit their over-the-air signals. Read the full article here

Cable News

> Sunday's Game of Thrones third season premiere on HBO generated about 1 million downloads from BitTorrent users within 24 hours of its premiere. And with a record 160,000 users sharing pirated copies, the series is poised to become the most downloaded program of 2013, according to TorrentFreak. Read the full article here

And finally… MyPod Studios has acquired a 25 percent interest in Bravo Studios. Press release

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