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Chris Forrester is one of the most experienced and highly regarded journalists in the field. His insight and analysis, particularly in the satellite and pay-TV arena, is highly prized. He has written for all the major business journals in the sector as well as several national newspapers.

Viacom’s Dauman tells staff to ‘stay calm’

Viacom has been making near-daily headline news for the wrong reasons with many in the company and entertainment industry generally being focused on a sordid series of legal claims and…

SES criticises “over-simplistic” market reaction

SES CEO, Karim Michel Sabbagh, has complained that the market doesn’t appreciate the quite dramatic changes that the satellite industry is going through. The past week or so has seen…

SES also fights back on “overblown” anxieties

SES was also badly affected by last week’s market anxieties over Eutelsat. While Eutelsat’s share price crashed some 30 per cent, SES was also impacted by the general depression revolving…

Eutelsat starts fight back

When a business has received a brutal beating and a very bloody nose from a dismayed stock market there’s not much that can be done other than to get back…

Sky Deutschland: “A huge opportunity”

Equity analysts from some of the London investment banks recently sat down with Sky’s senior management and some interesting views emerged, not least with the prospects from the upcoming auctions…

“Seismic” threats to satellite industry

Last week Eutelsat issued a major profit warning to the market and its share price fell 30 per cent. The news provoked major falls for Luxembourg-based SES (8.08 per cent),…

Satellite stocks sink on Eutelsat warning

Eutelsat shares crashed 30.7 per cent on the Paris bourse following their profits warning. Eutelsat’s fall from grace was not helped by a slew of negative comments from equity analysts.…

Avanti wins, but worries remain

London-based speciality satellite operator Avanti Communications received a very useful $29 million (€25.4m) contract for backhaul connectivity from cellular operator EE on May 9th. Avanti’s shares rose 10 per cent…

Inmarsat share-price meltdown

Inmarsat’s share price crashed 12 per cent last week as investors exited the business. On May 6th its share price tumbled 50p to its lowest price of the year, and…

Whatever happened to Trinitron?

TIME magazine has just unveiled its list of the Top 50 ‘Most Influential Gadgets’ of all time, and Sony’s venerable Trinitron television sets come out as No 2 in the…

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