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Reuters, Samsung partner for 360° news

Reuters, the international news provider, has announced an agreement with Samsung to bring Reuters photography and video to new dimensions through an inventive programme, Focus 360. The partnership will provide…

ARRIS: “STBs not going away”

Bob Stanzione, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at entertainment and communications technologist ARRIS, has declared that the set-top box will remain a significant component of the company’s business for quite…

Canada’s Telesat wins major Brazilian deal

Canada’s Telesat wins major Brazilian deal

Ottawa-based satellite operator Telesat says its latest Q2 grew slightly despite suffering industry-wide declines in transponder lease prices of some 10-15 per cent in Latin America and 15-20 per cent…

AsiaSat, Digital Magic UHD content for 4K-SAT

Asia’s premier satellite operator AsiaSat is collaborating with Digital Magic, a provider of advanced imaging solutions to co-produce UHD content for AsiaSat’s UHD channel 4K-SAT, on AsiaSat 4 at 122°E.…

OneWeb hires Beranger as CEO

Jersey-based super-constellation OneWeb has hired Eric Beranger as its CEO for its new manufacturing joint-venture with Airbus Defence & Space.  The joint venture has to build up to 900 OneWeb…

VH1 Classic to become MTV Classic

VH1 Classic to become MTV Classic

On August 1st – the same day MTV originally launched back in 1981 – MTV is officially changing VH1 Classic to MTV Classic. The channel will host a slate of…

Zee launches Zee.One in Germany

India media conglomerate, Zee Entertainment, has launched Zee.One, its dedicated Bollywood movie channel for the German market. Targeting women aged between 19 and 59, Zee.One’s premium content will be specifically…

Broadband Forum, ON.Lab collaborate on CORD

The Broadband Forum has entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Open Networking Laboratory (ON.Lab), with the aim of accelerating the development of future broadband requirements and standards in close…

Australia’s nbn launches HFC services

Australian’s National Broadband Network (nbn) has launched its first commercial HFC services on the former Telstra HFC network in Ocean Reef, Western Australia. The Telstra HFC network will form the…

Sky revenues up 7%

Sky revenues up 7%

Any doubt that pay-TV broadcaster Sky is under pressure evaporated with its full-year results showing a 7 per cent increase in revenues to £11.965 billion (€14.223bn), operating profit up 12…