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Known as La Ley Mordaza (The Gag Law), Spain's new anti-piracy law is forcing torrent and streaming sites to close, including the country's most-used site for subtitling copyrighted work,

Argentinean football club Boca Juniors has started to stream all its pre-season matches for free, beginning with the Boca-Armada FC match played in the US last weekend.

NeuLion has signed a multi-year agreement with Tennis Channel to expand streaming capability to new markets and additional devices, following a collaboration for the 2015 French Open on the Tennis Channel Everywhere and Tennis Channel Plus channels.

Discovery Channel will be premiering the new embed functionality from Meerkat in conjunction with the network's annual SHARK WEEK, which returns on Sunday 5 July.

Fresh from stating its long-term commitment to HDR, Amazon has now turned its attention to content, unveiling its next kids' pilot season of 2015 for the Amazon Prime service in the UK.

Caching and online video delivery solutions provider Qwilt is celebrating a $25 million cash injection in the form of a Series D strategic funding that the company will use to scale its activities to Tier 1 operators.

The smartphone revolution is well and truly driving online video consumption, according to the latest Ooyala Global Video Index.

Cloud-based video solutions provider Aframe has won a deal to supply BBC Worldwide with a cloud video platform to help the process of hosting and sharing format screeners with its global clients.