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NHK President on the way out

NHK’s controversial president, Katsuto Momii, is likely to leave his position in January, according to reports from Tokyo. NHK’s powerful Board of Governors is said to have “no chance” of…

EBU support for Digital Single Market proposals

EBU support for Digital Single Market proposals

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has said it believes the European Commission’s proposal on broadcasters’ online transmissions and retransmissions will enable more Public service media (PSM) content to circulate online…

Murdoch buys Sky News Oz and NZ

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp has taken full control of the Australian and New Zealand versions of the Sky News 24/7 news broadcaster. News Corp has reportedly paid between A$20-25 million…

Community Channel now owned by the community

The UK’s Community Channel has been bought through a crowd-funding scheme which attracted almost £400,000 (€336k) in donations. Its backers say it is the first supporter-owned TV channel in the…

Italy switches off TV pirates

Italy has been plagued for more than 10 years by dozens of unlicensed Italian pirate broadcasters. Indeed, they have been on air for so long that they have become part…

TF1 takes MinuteBuzz stake

The TF1 group has announced the acquisition of a majority interest in the capital of MinuteBuzz, French millennials’ favourite social platform with 9 million subscribers and 2 billion videos viewed…

Broadband Forum seeks virtualisation consensus

The Broadband Forum has announced the first steps have been taken to form a new industry connectivity and virtualisation committee of global service providers which will resolve how connectivity and…

Dish TV takes extra 5% of Videocon d2h

A week ago Essel Group-backed Indian DTH broadcaster Dish TV agreed a merger plan with rival Videocon d2h. Now it has emerged that Dish will buy an additional 5 per…

PEMRA bans 11 “Christian” channels

Pakistan’s media regulator PEMRA has reportedly banned “at least” 11 TV channels alleged to be broadcasting Christian content on the nation’s cable distribution systems. Last month PEMRA completely proscribed all…

Analysts: “Sky Mobile not a game changer”

Sky’s new mobile service for the UK is being billed as the “most flexible” in the country with a key benefit the retention of unused data; “for the first time ever  in the UK) mobile…

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