Yume hires Microsoft's Bozinny to combat online video ad fraud; Aereo denied emergency retrans license

Online video industry news from across the Web:

> Digital video ads vendor Yume has hired former Microsoft fraud prevention specialist Eric Bozinny as its network quality director to combat online ad fraud. Release

> Aereo's request for an emergency broadcast retransmission license was denied by a district court judge, returning the OTT service to limbo. Story

> Microsoft's bet on its Azure cloud platform appears to be paying off as its cloud revenue surged 164 percent in the second quarter amid overall segment growth. Story

> Is Twitter looking to take on YouTube with its targeted video promos? Blog post

> Rovi is licensing its patents to vendor TP Vision for its Philips-branded TV models and related second-screen device applications. Release

> Netflix filed more comments with the FCC on net neutrality. Comments

> Alki David says his company FilmOn intends to appeal a judge's contempt ruling. Story

> Time Warner is weighing overseas options for its online TV services (which include HBO Go). Story

> Online video advertising startup Spotxchange sold a majority stake in its business to European media company RTL Group. Story

> Netflix is planning to massively step up its content offerings, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said. Story

> Can nothing stop the Kardashians? Story

And finally… Apple's CDN reportedly has gone live, and is really, really big. Story

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