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Arqiva confirms sale plan

UK-based communications and TV facilities business Arqiva has reported its 9-month revenue saying that it was enjoying “double digit” earnings growth and an order book of some £6 billion (€6.96bn).…

Most Americans endorse net neutrality protection

The Federal Communications Commission on May 19th took the first steps toward dismantling the regulatory framework created in 2015 to protect net neutrality. But a new Consumer Reports survey found…

Ooyala in court with Brightcove

Ooyala, provider of video monetisation technology and services, has filed a lawsuit against rival Brightcove.  Ooyala claims Brightcove has misappropriated proprietary trade secrets to undermine Ooyala’s sales efforts for Brightcove’s…

Viaccess-Orca acquires Squadeo

Content services protection and enhancement specialist Viaccess-Orca has acquired Squadeo, a global provider of secure cross-platform OTT premium video solutions for the TV industry. The integration of Squadeo’s multimedia QuickPlayer…

Greece limits on commercial TV?

A meeting of Greece’s broadcasting regulator, the National Council for Radio & Television (NCRTV) says that the nation can only support between four and six privately-owned commercial network TV channels. The meeting…

BT: “IPTV can lead to fully-connected population”

Helen Burrows, Head of Policy at BT, has called for the UK government to take policy decisions that she suggests would lead to a more connected society, building on the…

Nokia, Apple settle all litigation

Nokia, Apple settle all litigation

Nokia and Apple have settled all litigation related to their intellectual property dispute and agreed a multi-year patent licence. “This is a meaningful agreement between Nokia and Apple,” said Maria…

CBS signs Moonves to 2021

CBS has signed a new employment agreement with chairman and CEO Les Moonves with a two-year extension that will keep him at the company to June 2021. The agreement also…

Naspers selling Multichoice?

Naspers selling Multichoice?

South African conglomerate Naspers is reportedly looking to sell its pay-TV business over Africa. Reports in the local press say that South Africa’s telco giant MTN was one potential buyer.…

EU filmmakers warn of Single Market risks

On the occasion of the European Film Forum at the Cannes Film Festival, over 80 of Europe’s filmmakers have set out their vision for Europe’s policies on copyright and culture,…