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TV giants look to 8K

Ultra-HD/4K is hardly mass-market just yet, but already many industry players are looking to the ‘next big thing’ in TV’s never-ending road to higher resolution. Now, Japan’s public broadcaster NHK,…

Vivendi targets €300m Canal+ cuts

Vivendi is reported as planning €300m of cuts at Canal Plus in a 2018 turnaround target for the loss making French pay-TV unit. The French media and content group plans…

Mediaset: ‘Vivendi subjective and biased’ on deal

The battle over the April deal between the European media groups continues as Mediaset rejects Vivendi’s position on the aborted agreement between the pair in the strongest terms. The Italian…

France Télévisions, Disney multi-year deal

France Télévisions and Disney France have concluded a multi-year deal for the broadcasting of animated TV series on both the PSB group’s TV channels and youth digital platforms Zouzous and…

EE to bundle Apple Music

BT’s mobile arm EE is to bundle Apple Music with mobile contracts in a move designed to increase subscriber loyalty and help the iPhone maker’s music streaming app challenge Spotify.…

Google cuts fiber

Google is said to be preparing to cut half the staff of Google Fiber as it turns its attention to wireless technologies. According US reports Alphabet – the Google holding…

Videocon d2h expects extra 2.5m subs

Indian DTH operator Videocon d2h says it expects to add 2.5 million gross new subscribers this fiscal year. Videocon d2h launched its TV service in 2010 and rapidly grew, within…

Research: US world largest pay-TV market

Accounting for just under half of $200 billion in global pay-TV revenues, the US is the largest such market in the world, according to a research report – The Pay-TV Innovation…

Vice’s Smith ‘digital media crisis coming’

Vice’s Smith ‘digital media crisis coming’

Despite his own Vice Media’s massive success, Shane Smith used the MacTaggart Lecture at the Edinburgh TV Festival to warned there was a crisis coming in the media industry with…

GfK: Physical content still prized but in decline

As the sharing economy goes mainstream, consumers seem to be setting aside the ambition to be video collectors, with tangible libraries of their favourite movies and TV shows. With so…

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