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Rebrand and refocus for Vivendi’s CANAL Group

Vivendi’s CANAL Group has unveiled what it calls the CANAL galaxy, a collection of four national reference channels with complementary models, distinct editorial lines, articulated around a common denominator: the…

BBC readies for UHD/HDR transmissions

BBC readies for UHD/HDR transmissions

The BBC is stockpiling suitable programming in preparation for the start of a dedicated 4K/UHD channel. The Corporation, as part of its relationship with commercial arm BBC Worldwide, has been…

BBC boost for HbbTV

BBC boost for HbbTV

The BBC, working in collaboration with Freeview, Digital UK and the DTG, has announced that it intends to accelerate the adoption of international standards around interactive TV in the UK…

La Liga FTA on Gol

Mediapro-owned new DTT channel Gol has reached an agreement with La Liga to broadcast free-to-air one football match from the Primera División and four from the Segunda División, along with…

Spain: Grupo Secuoya joins UTECA

Spain: Grupo Secuoya joins UTECA

Spanish media group Grupo Secuoya has joined the private FTA lobby UTECA, an Association led by Mediaset and Atresmedia aimed at defending the private TV interests. Grupo Secuoya has just…

Third of Irish adults would ditch TV licence

Irish adults are considering scrapping their TV licences as online TV viewing increases, Pure Telecom has found. The telco commissioned a survey that revealed more than one-third of adults would…

Eurosport serves up Wimbledon rights

Eurosport serves up Wimbledon rights

Eurosport has secured a five-year agreement with the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) to show live simulcast coverage in the UK of the Wimbledon Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles finals…

TF1 owns 100% of TMC

TF1 owns 100% of TMC

French broadcaster TF1 has bought out the Principality of Monaco’s 20 per cent stake in TMC channel. The transaction will be carried out via a share exchange, enabling the Principality…

Australians average 6.4 screens per home

Australians average 6.4 screens per home

The latest Australian Multi-Screen Report – from Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen, and covering the first quarter of calendar 2016 – continues its look at how audience behaviour is influenced by greater content and platform choice,…

Reuters: Quality news demand doesn’t translate to payment

The results of Tomorrow’s News – a global survey of Reuters.com users exploring how they consume their news today and how this might change in the future survey – paint…

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