News of Note—Netflix, World Cup 2018 and Nielsen

news of note

Here are the stories we're following this morning.

> Netflix has launched its DVD queue management app on Android. Phandroid article

> FIFA confirmed that all World Cup 2018 matches will be offered in Ultra-High Def HDR and that VR and 360-degree video will be involved as well. Advanced Television article

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> Nielsen's third-quarter net income rose 12.3%. Broadcasting & Cable article

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