YouTube takes VEVO stake; Amazon gets 'Under the Dome'

Quick news from around the Web.

> YouTube will keep VEVO's music videos and made an investment in the company. Story

> Amazon Prime members can now stream CBS's "Under the Dome." Press release

> Netflix and PBS renewed and extended their deal for the United States and Canada. Press release

> Apple is reportedly nearing a deal with Time Warner Cable and has hired ex-Hulu marketing boss Pete Distad. Story

> Hulu's program lineup is already changing ahead of a potential sale. Story

> Wowza added live HD streaming to GoCoder iOS app. Press release

> Aereo set a Sept. 13 Chicago launch. Press release

> Akamai created a new public policy position and hired Lauren Van Wazer to fill it. Press release

Cable News

> Comcast introduces auto-authentication for in-home TV Everywhere viewing with Adobe. Story

Mobile Content News

> Yahoo is said to have acquired mobile video app Qwiki for $40 to $50 million. Story

And finally... Disney convinced its CEO Bob Iger to put off retirement for more than a year. He was set to step down in early 2015 but will now stay on through June of 2016. He makes close to $40 million a year. Read more

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