Wazee Digital names Morris as board chairman; Remembering David Bowie's music-streaming Internet service

More online video news from across the Web:

> Wazee Digital CEO Harris Morris has been named chairman of Wazee's board. Release

> Imagine Communications received its 10th Emmy award for technical excellence, this time for its ad insertion technology. Release

> The GIVE Project, which launched Dec. 22, outlined its plans to advance HTML5 at a CES panel discussion. Streaming Media article

> GoPro CEO Nick Woodman said the company is making "significant investments" in virtual reality for digital video. Adweek article

> Yahoo, which just shuttered its online video offering Yahoo Screen, may soon lay off 10 percent of its workforce. MediaPost article

> TÜV Rheinland has received accreditation by the Korea RRA to test and certify IT and multimedia equipment to KN32/KN35 standards. The certification is now needed on any audio, IT or multimedia products bound for South Korea. Release

> Time Warner is changing up its content rights strategy, negotiating with studios for "stacking rights" or the ability for its cable networks to air full seasons of the shows they buy. Bloomberg Business article

> ProSiebenSat.1 closed down its global OTT streaming service, leaving only U.S. pay-TV providers airing the German-language television channel. Broadband TV News article

> Google Fiber demonstrated a "competitive navigation device solution" to FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai that can offer consumers traditional linear TV content alongside their preferred OTT content. FCC filing (PDF)

And finally … A look back at David Bowie's foray onto the Web via BowieNet, an online hub for music fans which predated MySpace, Friendster and YouTube. Billboard article

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