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Japan’s NHK boosts HDTV

  Japanese public broadcaster NHK will shortly consolidate its three digital satellite channels into two in order that extra HDTV programming can be shown. Currently NHK transmits three of its…

CBS: We won’t rush to OTT

CBS: We won’t rush to OTT

Leslie Moonves, CBS CEO, says the network is in no hurry to see its content on new OTT platforms like Google TV or Netflix. “People want our content. We’re going…

Research: BARB says linear TV still popular in UK

TV viewing figures reveal that people in the UK watched an average of 27 hours, 34 minutes of live, linear TV each a week during July to September 2010 (3…

CSA seeks on demand DTT

France’s Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel (CSA) has issued a request for expressions of interest in the broadcast of audiovisual media services on demand (SMAD) on digital terrestrial television, with the…

TF1, M6, Canal+ Free may break EU rules

France has two months to respond to European Union complaints that free channels awarded to Canal Plus, TF1 and M6 could violate competition rules. The manner in which the channels…

Research: Pay-TV trumps free-to-air

Paid-for television content – whether through cable, satellite or the Internet – is preferred over free-to-air services – even in markets where free programming is more readily available, according to…

OTT will win 30% of German TV revenues

Apple and Google will claim a significant part of the German TV business in the next few years, according to a study by Booz & Company. “Until 2015, about 30…

Freeview hits 60m sales, HD in 0.25m homes

Freeview says it has now sold 60 million units in the UK and that Freeview HD is expected to reach 250,000 homes this month. About 420,000 Freeview HD-enabled devices, including…

GlobeCast partners with Shanghai Media Group

GlobeCast and Shanghai Media Group have reached an agreement to jointly provide a host of production and transmission services to serve the needs of international broadcasters and to establish a…

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…