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French Guiana strike ends

The European spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, is getting back to work. The industrial action which had caused a near-complete month-long closedown of the region ended on April 21 when…

Broadcast industry set to embrace ATSC 3.0

More than 75 per cent of US broadcast industry executives say they are excited about next-generation broadcast standard ATSC 3.0, while more than 70 per cent reported that their station’s…

40% US households video sharing weekly

40% US households video sharing weekly

Findings from research firm Parks Associates reveal that 39 per cent of US broadband households visit a video sharing site such as YouTube at least once a week. In total,…

Further anti-piracy court success for DISH

In another blow to peddlers of illicit video piracy services and a further success for US pay-TV operator DISH on the heels of forcing the closure of an illegal IPTV…

TVaaS opportunities to reach $1.5bn

According to the findings of its recent video software market report, TV as a Service: Middleware, CAS, DRM, Encoders, CDN, ABI Research’s evaluation of expectations of the new TV as…

Intelsat, OneWeb merger facing challenges

Intelsat is reportedly extending the timetable deadline for bondholders to accept the proposals of a proposed merger with giant satellite constellation OneWeb. Reuters reports that the merger – announced back…

YouTube workshops tackle fake news

YouTube workshops tackle fake news

YouTube is launching a new campaign to take on the issue of fake news. The Google-owned video streaming giant says it will put on workshops aimed at 13 to 18-year-olds…

Roadblocks halt Arianespace launches

Earlier this week there were signs that the severe industrial action at the French Guiana rocket launch site at Kourou were softening. Some roadblocks had been lifted, and there were…

MTG reports record Q1 sales

Modern Times Group (MTG) has reported record Q1 sales of SEK 4,228 million (€438.7m) with 8 per cent organic growth. This was the third consecutive quarter with organic sales growth…

Canada strengthens net neutrality commitment

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has strengthened its commitment to net neutrality by declaring that Internet Service Providers should treat data traffic equally to foster consumer choice, innovation…

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