YouTube plans global pay-per-view film play; Apple's streaming video from press event a test of $1B data center

> Google's YouTube plans global pay-per-view film play
> Report: Apple's streaming video from press event a test of $1B data center
> Best Buy picks Widevine for DRM, video optimization for Insignia branded devices
> U.S. Open tennis boosts streaming video for final Grand Slam event
> Cisco to buy OVP ExtendMedia, sets up TV Everywhere move
> bbTV adds video-on-demand service Anyplex
> WealthTV expands 3D offerings as more programmers look to new format
>Report: Disney, Time Warner Cable reach carriage deal

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