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Facebook Watch Searches For ‘Mormon Love’ In Leopard USA Doc Series

[Facebook Watch] has commissioned Mormon Love from House Hunters International producer Leopard USA and is launching the multi-part series on January 13. – Peter White, Deadline Hollywood http://bit.ly/2CPmApU
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Disney+ won’t debut any Star Wars movies for streaming

[CEO Bob] Iger also said he doesn’t know how much subscribing to the service will cost. “We haven’t even decided what we’re going to charge for it,” he said. Iger previously said that Disney’s streaming service will be priced below rival Netflix’s monthly rate, which is $11 a month for a standard plan in the US. – Joan E. Solsman, CNET https://cnet.co/2LPqSjV

MobiTV adds second data centre to support streaming video

The [Atlanta] location, operated by Digital Realty, already serves as a point-of-presence for MobiTV’s managed service connectivity and will become a new redundant site for the company’s Sacramento-based data centre, in order to provide greater resiliency for its video delivery service. The site will be available for failover, according to MobiTV, providing the capability to restore service for live programming in as little as one minute. – Michelle Clancy, Rapid TV News http://bit.ly/2GSInRv

Streaming video will continue to dominate screens as cord cutting accelerates into 2019

Streaming video services already outpace pay TV in U.S. homes with broadband (about 80 percent of all U.S. homes, or about 102 million of the 128 million U.S. homes). More than three-fourths of those homes (76.4 percent) use a streaming service like Netflix, Amazon Prime or Hulu, according to research from The Diffusion Group. – Mike Snider, USA TODAY http://bit.ly/2AuH8Cu

Huawei and ZTE may face new US ban via White House executive order

Specifically, the executive order would allegedly order the U.S. Commerce Department to bar U.S. companies from using parts and equipment from companies that the government believes could pose a national security risk. The order, which reportedly has not been finalized, would use the government’s International Emergency Economic Powers Act as its foundation, which allows the White House to regulate and control commerce in the event of a national emergency. – John Callaham, Android Authority http://bit.ly/2RfEE4x
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