News of Note—CBS, Discovery and Kaltura

News of note
Kaltura found that 76% of large companies streamed at least one live event in the past year. (Pixabay)

Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Kelli Raftery was promoted on Monday to executive vice president of communications at CBS. TVNewsCheck article

> Discovery, Inc. announced the promotion of lifestyle programming veteran Courtney White to president of Food Network. Release

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> Kaltura found that 76% of large companies streamed at least one live event in the past year, 46% averaged at least one per month and 27% streamed one per week. Streaming Media article

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