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Amazon to double original content spend

Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky has told analysts that Amazon will double its video content spend during the second half of 2016 compared to the same period last year. Speaking during the company’s Q2…

Olympic Channel launches Aug 21

Olympic Channel launches Aug 21

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced the launch date for its new Olympic Channel, where fans can experience the Olympic Movement all year round. Starting August 21st, after the…

Mediaset to sue Vivendi over reduced pay-TV investment

The Board of Directors of Mediaset said it will take legal action, both civil and criminal, if French media company Vivendi fails to fulfil the original terms of the contract…

Technicolor VR/AR centre opens

Technicolor has announced the opening of the Technicolor Experience Centre. The centre is tasked with developing high-concept content, platforms and technology for virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and other…

SES: HD at 33%, 16 UHD channels

SES has revealed its H1 numbers, with the Luxembourg-based satellite operator reporting its fleet now carries 16 commercial Ultra-HD channels, and that its portfolio of 2,422 HD channels represents 32.7…

Eutelsat: 6,342 channels

Eutelsat: 6,342 channels

Paris-based satellite operator Eutelsat has unveiled its full-year results, with EBITDA up 2.9 per cent at €1.164 billion, and based on revenues that were up just 0.2 per cent (at…

4K HDR from SKY Perfect JSAT

Japanese satellite operator SKY Perfect JSAT is to launch the world’s first publicly-available 4K HDR (High Dynamic Range) broadcast on October 4, 2016, during timeslots on its dedicated 4K channel,…

Amazon Video “soon” for India

Amazon has launched its Prime subscription service in India. Users can sign up for Amazon Prime via the Amazon website, starting with a 60-day free trial. For now, the Prime…

Samsung leads customer satisfaction for large TVs

Samsung leads customer satisfaction for large TVs

Samsung ranks highest in customer satisfaction with 50-inch or larger TVs, while Sony ranks highest in satisfaction with TVs smaller than 50 inches, according to the J.D. Power 2016 Television…

1 in 3 Americans to follow Election on Twitter

With both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions slated to take place in July, Americans have more ways than ever to follow coverage of this critical moment in the 2016…

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