INTERACTIVE TV NEWS ROUNDUP, MAY 6, 2014

EXA Ventures partner Tommy Eng said he has “support of broadcasters” for the launch of ONE Media, LLC, a company that will launch a new broadcast platform that harmonizes “television broadcasting with LTE-based mobile infrastructure and user devices.”  More

Netflix renewed original series Orange Is the New Black. Its third season, which will feature 13 episodes, will premiere on June 6. More

AOL is adding live TV, video-on-demand and online video listings to its Moviefone service. The relaunch includes new Moviephone apps for iOS and Android devices, and a redesigned Web site. AOL acquired Moviefone in 1999. More

Music video site Vevo is increasing its investment in original programming, announcing that it will add seven original series to its lineup. Vevo also plans to run a “Certified Live” concert this fall that will feature performances by two artists that it did not name. More

Elemental Technologies said the Vienna State Opera will use its 4K HEVC (high efficiency video coding) technology to stream the world’s first live concert in Ultra HD format. More

PBS said it will launch four new original series on its YouTube channel, including Food Buzz and Bongo Bongo, which will focus on etymology of English-language words. More