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US proposes block on piracy websites

US proposes block on piracy websites

US lawmakers are planning to pass an act which could force US ISPs to block websites that offer pirated intellectual property. The sites could host pirated music, movies and TV…

Canvas becomes YouView

Canvas becomes YouView

Following its incorporation as YouView TV Ltd at the end of last week, Project Canvas, the proposed joint venture between the BBC, ITV, BT, Channel 4, Channel 5, Talk Talk…

Multi-screen solution from Netgem

Connected entertainment specialist Netgem has unveiled a significant development of its NetgemTV middleware to support new adaptive TV technologies. Extending the reach of pay-TV Operators, these new features are geared…

Vodafone on IPTV charge

Vodafone on IPTV charge

Vodafone is entering the Spanish IPTV market with the launch in the last quarter of this year of an offer in direct competition with Telefonica-controlled Movistar TV (formerly Imagenio), the…

Multi-service support Euromedia Feature May 2010

Multi Service Support Euromedia Feature May 2010 THE SERVICE PROVIDER WORLD IS CHANGING RAPIDLY, BUT WHAT ABOUT THE SOFTWARE GLUE THAT BINDS OPERATORS SERVICES TOGETHER? STEVE GOLD SPOKE TO SOME…

Two-thirds of French respond to ‘3 strikes’

Two-thirds of French respond to ‘3 strikes’  Around two-thirds of the French say they would stop downloading copyrighted material from illegal sites if threatened with the penalties included in the…

Asia-Pacific broadband market sees growth

Asia-Pacific broadband market sees growth

In a recent analysis of the Asia-Pacific broadband market, SNL Kagan found that despite recessionary pressures, the region’s broadband subscriber base grew 17.7 per cent to 181.4 million in 2009…