News of Note—The Onion, Hulu, Rohde & Schwarz and Harmonic

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Here are the stories we're following today.

> The Onion President and CEO Mike McAvoy said Facebook video doesn't have immediate revenue value. Digiday interview

> Hulu is ditching the live TV iOS app and combining the functionality with its main app. 9to5Mac article

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> Rohde & Schwarz today announced it has hired Matthew Roush as a broadcast support engineer to bolster its FCC repack installation and service efforts, effective Aug. 7. Release

> Harmonic announced that DTH satellite operator SKY Brasil has deployed a Harmonic software-based video processing solution. Release

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