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Freesat OK’d for live pay sports

Freesat OK’d for live pay sports

UK subscription-free satellite TV service Freesat has been cleared by the BBC Trust to offer live pay sports services delivered via broadband. The decision will help to progress Freesat’s ongoing…

YouTube pay-TV service?

YouTube is working on a paid subscription service, tentatively branded ‘Unplugged’, that would offer US customers a bundle of cable TV channels streamed over the Internet, according to a Bloomberg…

Murdoch: ‘Streaming future of entertainment consumption’

21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch has suggested that in the long term, the company’s entertainment will be consumed over IP streaming networks, with Fox positioning itself for success in…

16% US households take OTT sports

16% US households take OTT sports

According to research from Parks Associates, 16 per cent of US broadband households have a sports OTT video service subscription. Although it does not stream live games, NFL Game Pass…

BT Sport audiences up 45%

BT’s investment in exclusive European football rights has been rewarded by increased viewing figures for its TV and sport channels. Reporting its Q4 and FY2016 numbers, the telco revealed that…

NOW TV launching Kids Pass

NOW TV launching Kids Pass

Sky’s online TV streaming service NOW TV continues to boost its customer offer with the launch of the NOW TV Kids Pass. Available from June 21st, the service offers an…

Tata drives Sky F1 coverage

With the 2016 Formula 1 World Championship season four races old, Tata Communications, the Official Connectivity Provider to the sport, has confirmed that it has been selected by Sky to…

Minor gains for US pay-TV providers

The six leading pay-TV operators in the US as ranked in the informitv Multiscreen Index maintained their subscriber numbers in the first quarter of 2016, with a net gain of…

ProSiebenSat.1 revenues up 22%

ProSiebenSat.1 Group increased its revenues by 22 per cent to €802 million in the first quarter of 2016. All segments contributed to this. In total, the Group already generated 43…

Swisscom TV subs up 13.8% YoY

In the first quarter of 2016, Swisscom’s net revenue remained virtually unchanged year-on-year at CHF 2,885 million (CHF -8 million or -0.3 per cent). EBITDA rose by 2.9 per cent…

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