YouTube tweaks comments again; FXNow launches

Quick online video news from across the Web

> YouTube creates comment moderation at youtube.com/comments. Story

> France, Germany could be next on the list of Netflix's overseas expansion plans. Story

> FXNow, the TV Everywhere app for Fox's FX and FXX networks, is available to certain pay-TV subscribers. Story

> Comcast app for Xfinity On Campus hits the App Store. Story

> Hulu loses another executive. Story

> Rogers is reportedly close to introducing a Netflix-like service in Canada. Story

> Vimeo will get a baker's dozen independent films for its VOD service. Story

Cable news:

> Charter and Time Warner Cable fight publicly over $62.3 billion buyout offer. Read more

Wireless news:

> Google has acquired smart thermostat maker Nest Labs for $3.2 billion. Read more

And finally... Professional wrestling is going over the top. World Wrestling Entertainment used a CES press conference to announce an online-video network it plans to introduce next month. The network will cost about $10 a month and include access to all of its pay-per-view events like WrestleMania. The service won't be available through traditional pay-TV. Read more

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