YouTube's Wojcicki to speak at VidCon; Amazon drops Viacom reality shows

More online video industry news from across the Web:

> YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki will be the featured keynote speaker at VidCon in July. Release

> BBC iPlayer is shuttering its international service. Is it prepping for a new OTT direction? Story

> Amazon is dropping Viacom-owned reality shows from its Prime Instant Video lineup. Story

> Advocacy groups continue to point out content on YouTube Kids that isn't appropriate for children at all, like a Budweiser ad and a demonstration of how to light matches. Story

> Google's search engine is now indexing Twitter posts, the result of an agreement reached in February. Story

> An Internet advocacy group says it has developed a test in partnership with M-Labs to detect whether ISPs are violating net neutrality rules by degrading network performance. Website

> RealNetworks introduced a montage-creation service called RealTimes that stitches together users' own videos and photos with musical soundtracks. Story

> Pandora will acquire audio streaming and analytics company Next Big Sound. Story

And finally… Mobile television will generate the data equivalent of 10 billion Blu-ray movies by 2019, Juniper Research says. Release

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