News of Note—Endeavor, Local Media Association, Nielsen and NexPlayer

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Endeavor is reorganizing its online video products and services under a new umbrella division, Endeavor Streaming, as it signs several new clients including WWE to use its technology. Hollywood Reporter article

> The Local Media Association and the Local Media Consortium today announced they have hired Julia Campbell as Branded Content Project Lead. Release

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> Nielsen and Cox Media today announced a multiyear renewal agreement for television and audio measurement services. Release

> NexPlayer has added low latency functionality to its media players. NexPlayer allows users to enable low-latency streaming with HLS and DASH on all devices. Release

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