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Japanese networks in streaming pact

Japan’s major commercial television networks have agreed to develop jointly a system that will enable simultaneous broadcasting of broadcast TV content via IP. Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, TV Asahi, TV…

Optus introduces Yes TV by Fetch Multiroom

Australian triple play operator Optus is boosting its fixed offering with the launch of new broadband plans and Yes TV by Fetch Multiroom. According to Ben White, Managing Director of…

Ofcom may cap Openreach prices

Ofcom is consulting on plans to cut the price BT’s Openreach can charge other telecoms companies for access to its network by up to 40 per cent. Openreach would also…

Deloitte: US uses social media for TV discovery

Deloitte: US uses social media for TV discovery

American consumers’ status as a binge watching, streaming, multitasking nation enters 2017 with strong momentum according to Deloitte’s 11th Digital Democracy Survey. With 84 per cent of Americans on social…

Ofcom fines Plusnet

Plusnet, an ISP owned by BT, has been fined £880,000 (€1.021m) for wrongly billing more than 1,000 former customers. An investigation by regulator Ofcom found that the ISP broke a…

Netflix “not worried” by Trump’s anti neutrality

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says he’s “not too worried” about FCC chairman Ajit Pai’s intent to eliminate the Title II regulations that guarantee net neutrality for US consumers. Speaking at…

Spain climbs Netflix ISP Speed Index

Spain climbs Netflix ISP Speed Index

Netflix has released February data from its ISP Speed Index – a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (provide the best prime-time Netflix streaming experience. Bolstered by speed gains,…

Altice: “2016 a pivotal year”

Multinational telco and media company Altice has reported a successful year of execution for 2016 including the rapid integration of US businesses and transformation into leading transatlantic, converged telecoms and…

Advocacy groups urge net neutrality continuation

In the wake of new FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s confirmation of his opposition to net neutrality and overturn ‘Open Internet’ proposals, a grouping of 171 public policy and advocacy bodies…

FCC’s Pai condemns net neutrality

FCC’s Pai condemns net neutrality

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, a known critic of the Obama administration’s ‘Open Internet’ network neutrality proposals, has signalled a reversal of such policies, which he described – without naming the…