News of Note—NAB, ActiveVideo, Zodiac and Time

News of note

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> NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith has agreed to a contract extension that will keep him in the position until March 31, 2023. Release

> ActiveVideo and Zodiac have a new integrated solution providing the cloud virtualization capabilities of the ActiveVideo CloudTV platform with Zodiac's PowerUp Stack software and PowerUp AMS cloud platform. Release

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> Time has named Lenore Moritz vice president of publicity for the company’s video and television divisions. Release

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