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HBO NOW for Verizon

HBO NOW for Verizon

Home Box Office (HBO) and Verizon have agreed a deal that includes the right for Verizon to distribute HBO NOW, HBO’s OTT service, to Verizon digital platforms, including to more…

AT&T completes DirecTV acquisition

US telco AT&T has completed its $48.5 billion (€44.2bn) acquisition of pay-TV provider DirecTV following the Federal Communications Commission’s approval – with conditions – of the deal. The FCC determined…

BT raises broadband prices

BT raises broadband prices

BT has announced price hikes for its broadband and landline services. The telco has confirmed that broadband prices will also increase by 6.9 per cent from September 20th. BT said…

Oz trade body backs affordable, available content

Improvements in the affordability and ready availability of online content in Australia are crucial ingredients to reduce online copyright infringement, Communications Alliance – the primary telecommunications industry body in Australia…

Ofcom reveals initial digital communications review findings

UK comms regulator Ofcom has outlined the challenges facing the UK in ensuring that consumers and businesses receive high-quality digital communications services over the next decade and beyond. Among the…

BT Openreach break-up “a last resort”

BT Openreach break-up “a last resort”

Commenting on Ofcom’s publication of its initial digital communications review findings investment bank Jefferies, and its telecoms analyst Jerry Dellis, warn investors that BT is now under scrutiny – along…

Com Hem adds 14,000 TiVo customers in Q2

Com Hem adds 14,000 TiVo customers in Q2

Swedish telco Com Hem has reported its Q2 2015 numbers. Commenting on the results, Anders Nilsson, CEO at Com Hem, said: “Overall, the business has delivered a strong set of…

Comcast introduces own $15 ‘cord-cutting’ service

Comcast has responded to the threat of cord-cutting by announcing the beta test of Stream, a new streaming cable service for its own Xfinity Internet customers that it says furthers…

BT calls for Ofcom action on Sky pay-TV dominance

BT calls for Ofcom action on Sky pay-TV dominance

John Petter, CEO of BT’s Consumer Division has called on UK comms regulator Ofcom to broaden the scope of its Digital Communications Review (DCR) to include pay-TV, citing high prices…

EC consults on audiovisual media rules

The European Commission is seeking the views of all interested parties on how to make Europe’s audiovisual media landscape fit for purpose in the digital age. In a public consultation,…

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