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YouTube TV available in 50% of US

Google has announced that its YouTube TV is now available in 50 per cent of US homes, thanks to a rollout to 14 new markets. The company has revealed it…

BT Sport Score on Twitter

BT Sport Score on Twitter

BT Sport Score will now be available for free to anyone on Twitter in the UK throughout the 2017/18 football season. The show will be streamed via the @btsportscore account…

Ericsson to shed 25,000 staff?

Ericsson could be preparing to lay-off some 25,000 employees outside Sweden as part of its savings programme following another disappointing quarter, according to a report in Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet.…

Fastweb reaches 7.8m Italian homes with fibre

Italian broadband operator Fastweb reached 7.8 million homes in 130 cities with its FTTC and FTTH networks at the end of June. A further 19 cities are in the process…

Australia: Further site-blocking court action

Australia: Further site-blocking court action

Australian pay-TV operator Foxtel has welcomed actions taken by the Federal Court to block an additional 127 domain names which provide access to 15 pirate streaming sites and two torrent…

Dish India Q1 revenues decline

Dish TV, India’s largest DTH broadcaster, saw a drop in both subscriber growth and revenues for the quarter-year ended June 30th (the company’s 1st quarter), and lower than market expectations.…

HBO social media hacked

HBO social media hacked

HBO’s spate of cyber breaches has continued as several of its Twitter accounts were hacked and taken over by the notorious OurMine group. The hacking group took control of the…

iPlayer mobile and tablet requests increase YoY

New crime drama series In The Dark was July’s top programme on BBC iPlayer. The first episode was made available from July 11th, and received 1.6 million requests over the…

AsiaSat H1 flat

AsiaSat H1 flat

AsiaSat, Asia’s leading satellite operator, has announced its 2017 interim results for the six months ended June 30th 2017. H1 revenue maintained at HK$ 642 million (2016: HK$640 million). Value…

Mediacorp names Loke Kheng CEO

Singapore media company Mediacorp has announced the appointment of Tham Loke Kheng as its CEO and Board Director, effective September 1st 2017. She will succeed Shaun Seow, who will remain…

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