News of Note—TiVo, Hulu, Oculus and more

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Here are some of the stories we are following today: 

> TiVo said that it would demonstrate at the IBC show how machine learning can aid in search functions. Release

> According to the Global Ad Trends report from Warc, the online video advertising space will grow to a $30 billion opportunity this year. Release

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> KU Athletics said its games will now be available through ESPN+. Kansas City Star article  

> Facebook's Oculus continues to release new virtual reality offerings. Engadget article

> Hulu's Jeffrey Rosenberg, director of software development in data and analytics, detailed his work at the company. Post


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