YouTube plans Olympics channel; Netflix stock downgraded

More online video news from across the Web

> YouTube to launch Winter Olympics channel. Story

> Morgan Stanley analyst downgrades Netflix stock. Story

> Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann reportedly has stepped down from product-manager role. Story

> Glenn Beck's online video network gets more pay-TV distribution. Story

> Rovi and Brightcove are working together to push HEVC. Blog

> Brightcove agreed to buy ad-insertion vendor Unicorn Media. Story

> Mozilla sets its sights on the TV set. Story

Cable news

> Comcast will promote 4K heavily at the Winter Olympics. Read more

Wireless news

> AT&T is planning a way to let online content providers subsidize wireless subscribers' data usage. Read more

And finally... This year could shape up to be an important one in Washington for the online video industry. The Wall Street Journal has a look at three bills that could affect online video distribution. Congress typically moves slowly when it comes to media and telecom legislation; the bills could bring more attention to the issue inside the beltway. Read more

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