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Viacom, Altice USA ad and content distribution partnership

Viacom and multi-play operator Altice USA have agreed a multi-year partnership that includes advanced advertising and content distribution agreements. The pair will create what they describe as an “unprecedented, industry-leading…

Tata launches F1 IoT competition

Tata Communications, the official connectivity provider to Formula 1 and the Official managed connectivity supplier of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport, is today launching the 2017 F1 Connectivity Innovation Prize and unveiling…

Research: Half UK VPN users access out of region content

Research: Half UK VPN users access out of region content

A significant number of Britons are using either Virtual Personal Networks (VPN) or proxy servers, research from YouGov reveals. The Incognito Individual report explores the different ways people go undetected…

Research: Pay-TV customer satisfaction fades

Customer satisfaction with subscription television is down 1.5 per cent to 64, tied with Internet Service providers for last place among 43 industries tracked by the American Customer Satisfaction Index…

Malta: Melita, Vodafone quad-play merger

In a move that creates a new, fully-integrated communications provider in Malta, Apax Partners Midmarket, Fortino Capital and Vodafone Group are to combine cable, broadband and pay-TV provider Melita and…

Most Americans endorse net neutrality protection

The Federal Communications Commission on May 19th took the first steps toward dismantling the regulatory framework created in 2015 to protect net neutrality. But a new Consumer Reports survey found…

BT: “IPTV can lead to fully-connected population”

Helen Burrows, Head of Policy at BT, has called for the UK government to take policy decisions that she suggests would lead to a more connected society, building on the…

BSG Report: Tackling barriers for UK telco infrastructure

The Broadband Stakeholder Group has launched a report, commissioned from Analysys Mason that looks at the practical steps the UK can take to lower barriers to telecoms infrastructure deployment. The…

In-flight connectivity revenue $32bn by 2026

In-flight connectivity revenue $32bn by 2026

Two-thirds of all commercial aircraft are expected to be fitted with in-flight connectivity (IFC) by 2026, and this represents a potential $32 billion in revenue over the next decade as…

Hughes backs ‘Digital India’ initiative

Asia-Pacific telecoms company IPSTAR International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Thaicom, has chosen the Hughes Network’s Jupiter broadband satellite to extend the reach of broadband throughout India. IPSTAR will operate the…

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