YouTube music awards set; DirecTV mulls online video service

Quick news from across the Web.

> Online, more people watch TV on Netflix than on TV networks' own sites, eMarketer says, citing PwC data. Report

> YouTube's first music awards show has drawn celebrity headliners and deep-pocketed sponsors. Story

> Following its failed bid for Hulu, DirecTV may have another online video service in the works, but it's not convinced it will have wide appeal. Story

> Vevo has arrived in Germany. Story

> Nielsen completed its acquisition of Arbitron. Story

Cable News

> A veteran cable engineer is joining Apple, raising expectations that the iPhone maker will venture further into TV. Story

Telecom News

> AT&T's 1 Gbps fiber network will be available for some Austin, Texas customers in December. Story

And finally... Earlier this year when the Ouya game console hit the market, some customers were disappointed there was no formal support for online video apps like Netflix or Hulu. That hasn't stopped some enterprising device owners from figuring out how to watch TV through the device. LifeHacker walks you through the ways it's possible. Story

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