YouTube ads to get measured; Netflix arrives on Virgin Media TiVos

Quick news from across the Web.

> Google will let Nielsen begin measuring ads on YouTube. Story

> Netflix is live on Virgin Media-leased TiVo boxes in the U.K. Story

> Apple's rumored TV plans are said to be delayed until 2015. Story

> Two Amazon original series are about to debut. Story

> Aereo is apparently taking customer service very seriously. Story

> Panasonic licensed Rovi's DivX HEVC codec. Press release

> BroadbandTV launched a production program to fund the development of original content. Press release

Cable news 

> At Verizon, subscriptions for its FiOS Internet service are growing faster than its TV service. Story

Wireless news

> T-Mobile is raising about $1.8 billion in a stock sale and might use the cash to buy more spectrum. Story

And finally... Sony's new PlayStation will launch this week without a way for gamers to watch live TV. Variety talks to Mike Aragon, vice president and general manager of Sony Network Entertainment's global digital video and music services, about what video and music features will be included in the device. Read more

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