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J:COM buys Taito

Jupiter Telecommunications (J:COM), the largest multiple system operator in Japan has acquired 97.9 per cent of the total outstanding shares in the Jyohoku New Media. As a result of the…

Seachange acquires Mobix

On Demand Group (ODG), a subsidiary of SeaChange International, has extended its content aggregation and management services to the growing European, Middle East and Africa mobile video market with its…

Teracom takes control of Boxer

Teracom has become the sole shareholder of Boxer, the Swedish DTT operating company, after buying out the 30 per cent of private equity firm 3i. Crister Fritzson, CEO of Teracom,…

Amino buys Tilgin STB business

IPTV platform supplier Amino Communications is to acquire Swedish vendor Tilgin AB’s IPTV set-top box (STB) division in a £2.5 million (€3.17m). The company says the purchase of Tilgin IPTV,…

Panasonic to buy Sanyo

Japanese electronic rivals Panasonic and Sanyo are starting alliance talks, which could result in Panasonic taking over the smaller company. Panasonic said it wanted to make Sanyo its subsidiary, effectively…

Sky closes in on Tiscali

Sky is reportedly in exclusive talks to acquire Tiscali's UK business. Sky has tabled an offer of £450m (E571m) for the UK business after last rival Carphone Warehouse pulled out…

CME buys out Studio 1+1

Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has confirmed that it has completed the purchase of the remaining 10 per cent of the Studio 1+1 group following the exercise of its call…

TI Media sells PPV ops to Airplus

Telecom Italia Media (TI Media) has agreed to sell its pay-per-view activities to Swedish group Airplus TV. The Italian operator will spin off the activities into a new subsidiary controlled…

Espial acquires Kasenna

Espial, specialist in the delivery of IPTV middleware and applications, is to acquire all of the outstanding shares of IP video delivery outfit Kasenna in exchange for an aggregate of…

Thomson sells Grass Valley

Thomson is selling the Thomson Grass Valley digital film transfer equipment business to private investors led by PARTER Capital Group, a German private equity firm.…