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UK multichannel broadcaster UKTV, said to be one of the fast growing stations in the country, has extended its playout, video on demand (VOD) and access services contracts with Ericsson.

The UK’s fourth-largest public service broadcaster, Channel 4, has chosen the Limelight Orchestrate content delivery platform to enhance the delivery of its programming to viewers on-demand.

Verse has debuted its interactive video player for filmmakers, journalists and marketers.

SKYY Digital Media Group, which has one of the world’s largest real-time content aggregator and social media platforms, is opening a new office in Brazil, ready for Rio 2016 Olympics.

Netcracker Technology has completed the acquisition of video specialist CoralTree Systems, which provides converged solutions for European service providers.

Arkena has announced a strategic partnership agreement with Akamai, as part of the latter’s NetAlliance Program (NAP).

The University of Notre Dame's Fighting Irish Media has deployed a workflow storage system powered by Quantum.

The US Federal Trade Commission and the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice have cleared Rovi Corp’s proposed acquisition of TiVo.