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Nick Snow is the founder and publisher of advanced-television as well as Euromedia and IP Television magazines. In 1984 he worked in the debut issue of Cable & Satellite Europe and over the years his companies have published many of the industry’s most highly regarded titles.

Deloitte: Advertising underpins UK economy

ISBA, The Voice of British Advertisers, welcomes the findings of the new Deloitte Report, The economic contribution of advertising in Europe. This study, for the World Federation of Advertisers (WFA),…

CASBAA: Indian TV regulations threaten investment

CASBAA, the Association of Asia’s pay-TV Industry, has applauded the judicial review now underway in India of proposed extension and tightening of India’s pay-TV rate regulations. The Madras High Court…

An Echo of the future….

There was a kind of funny story all over the press here last week. Amazon Echoes in California (where else) started ordering doll’s houses for their owners. In a true…

Italy’s RAI expands OTT to Smart TVs

Italy’s RAI expands OTT to Smart TVs

Italian public broadcaster RAI has expanded its RaiPlay OTT service to Smart TVs. RaiPlay now enables TV viewers to directly access a selection of the flagship programmes from RAI’s TV…

Murdoch: Back in the room

How often can a whole intricate takeover saga, ranging over months, be brought to mind by the phrase ‘the custard pie incident.’ The incident, of course, was patriarch Rupert taking…

Search Party launches on All 4 on Boxing Day

All 4, the award-winning free on-demand channel from Channel 4, has acquired the exclusive UK rights to Search Party, the dark US comedy from Turner, a Time Warner Company. The…

Analysts: “Sky Mobile not a game changer”

Sky’s new mobile service for the UK is being billed as the “most flexible” in the country with a key benefit the retention of unused data; “for the first time ever  in the UK) mobile…

Openreach: An open and shut case

Frustrated by the ‘don’t worry we know best’ negotiating stance of the UK’s incumbent telco BT, regulator Ofcom has finally made the first move to legally split the broadband provider…

AT&T/Time Warner: Too big to fail. Or succeed?

The mega-media- merger to end all mega… etc. That is until the next one comes along. Except – if it goes ahead – this really might be the last of…

Planet Earth: UHD HDR boosts creativity. UHD on the iPlayer

Michael Gunton , Creative Director BBC Natural History Unit, talks about the widened palette of creative options offered by shooting in the wild with 4k UHD HDR. The evidence is…