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BT Euro boss out as shares dive

The boss of BT’s Continental European operation, Corrado Sciolla, is set to resign as the telco is forced to write down £530 million (€615m) after years of “inappropriate behaviour” in…

BT Sport not free for BT subs from Aug 1

BT Sport not free for BT subs from Aug 1

BT TV customers will have to pay an additional £3.50 (€4) a month for BT Sport from August 1st. The BT Sport channel has been free for all BT TV…

Vivendi denies TIM stake sale

Vivendi has denied reports that it is willing to sell its 24 per cent stake in Telecom Italia (TIM) to facilitate its plan to form a European media conglomerate that…

1 in 5 Americans won’t watch pay-TV in 2017

One in five US adults will not watch traditional pay-TV programming in 2017, according to eMarketer’s estimates. The total number of households subscribing to cable, satellite, or telco TV packages…

Spain: FTTH up 50%

Installed fibre to the home (FTTH) connections in Spain have increased by more than 50 per cent during 2016 to 22.6 million according to the latest statistical data from the…

Liberty Global, Vodafone complete Dutch JV

Liberty Global, Vodafone complete Dutch JV

International TV and broadband company Liberty Global and telco Vodafone have completed their 50:50 joint venture – first announced in February 2016 – to form VodafoneZiggo Group Holding, which the…

Altice sells Coditel Brabant to Telenet

Multinational telco and media company Altice is to sell its Belgium and Luxembourg multiplay business, Coditel Brabant, to Telenet Group BVBA, a direct subsidiary of Telenet Group Holding for €400…

£440m broadband boost for UK

£440m broadband boost for UK

A £440 million (€521m) windfall will help up to 600,000 extra homes and businesses get superfast broadband under the UK Government’s flagship rollout scheme. Funding has been unlocked to give…

Rogers, Comcast partner for next-gen IPTV

In a move that sees it abandon its in-house IPTV product development, Canadian communications and media company Rogers Communications has agreed a long-term strategic partnership with US cable MSO Comcast…

Ofcom: 1.4m in UK have poor broadband

Ofcom: 1.4m in UK have poor broadband

The number of UK properties unable to get a decent broadband connection has fallen by one million over the past year, new research by UK comms regulator Ofcom has found.…

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