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Research: OTT usage linked to churn tendency

Research from The Diffusion Group suggests that those likely to downgrade their pay-TV service in the next six months are more dependent than others on over-the-top (OTT) streaming services such…

Think tank: “Privatise ‘biased’ BBC”

Think tank: “Privatise ‘biased’ BBC”

A report from right-wing policy institute the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) has described the BBC as “no longer fit for purpose,” suggesting that its market power – especially in…

Eutelsat, Wiztivi launch Sat.tv app

Satellite operator Eutelsat and Wiztivi, a specialist in multiscreen TV solutions, have unveiled Sat.tv, a smart Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) for tablets and smartphones. The application addresses the 66 million…

FTA Lifetime channel for Turkey

A+E Networks’ Lifetime channel is set to launch on April 26th in Turkey as a Free-To-Air channel, featuring award-winning TV shows, first-run TV movies and unscripted series. Lifetime Turkey will…

NZ: FreeviewPlus now on Satellite

NZ: FreeviewPlus now on Satellite

Freeview New Zealand has rolled out FreeviewPlus on its satellite platform. FreeviewPlus combines all available On Demand content from TVNZ Ondemand, 3NOW & Māori Television On Demand, with live free-to-air…

France: Netflix original FTA on TF1

Netflix has announced that the first two episodes of its original series Marseille will be broadcast on French TV channel TF1 on May 12th – a week after all 8…

Labour criticises “bully” Whittingdale over BBC

Shadow Culture Secretary Maria Eagle has accused John Whittingdale of “bullying” the BBC as she launched a wide-ranging attack on the UK Culture Secretary. She also urged the government to…

IPTV overtakes pay satellite TV in Western Europe

The number of homes paying for IPTV in Western Europe overtook pay satellite TV ones in 2015. According the Digital TV Western Europe Forecasts report, IPTV subscriptions will climb by…

BBC, BT Sport extend FA Cup rights

The BBC and BT Sport have retained the rights to The FA Cup until 2021, after the broadcasters reached agreement with the FA to extend their shared coverage of the…

Discovery takes Quest online

Discovery Networks’ free-to-air factual entertainment channel Quest is to be streamed online from this weekend. Already available on Freeview, YouView, Sky and Virgin, the channel’s online launch coincides with the…

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