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Briefs: Amazon, Miso, Autohop, Instagram, Xbox, Apple

- Amazon adds NBC shows – “Parks and Recreation,” “Parenthood” and “Friday Night Lights” are among the new NBC shows coming to Amazon’s streaming service.

- New Miso hire – Miso hires new product head, formerly of Current TV and Yahoo.

- FOX vs. Dish – FOX has asked a judge for an injunction against Dish over its “AutoHop” feature, claiming Dish’s recent moves concede that original service was infringing.

- Instagram soars – Instagram continues to grow like crazy, skyrocketing 38% in June.

- Xbox’s election coverage – Thanks to content from NBC News, The Atlantic and National Journal, Xbox is planning to roll out an interactive elections experience.

- No Apple TV soon? – After meeting with Apple execs, an analyst says Apple is still a ways away from launching a new TV experience. (Or, Apple just might be messing with him.)

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