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US Senators decry lack of STB choice and competition

Findings gleaned by two US lawmakers suggest that consumers have little choice in their pay-TV set-top boxes, with the average household spending $231 (€254) a year on STB rental fees.…

Civolution sells Teletrax to focus on content protection

Civolution, the specialist provider of technology and solutions for identifying, managing and monetising content, has sold its TV Analytics and TV Synced Ads business Teletrax to data science company 4C,…

UK Copyright Hub launches

The UK Intellectual Property Minister Baroness Neville-Rolfe has become the first public user of The Copyright Hub and the Digital Catapult’s new copyright technology at an event in London. Using…

BT adds 60,000 TV customers

BT adds 60,000 TV customers

In reporting its Q1 results, BT has revealed that it added 60,000 TV customers in the quarter, bringing its total to 1.2 million. BT Sport average daily audience figures increased…

Eutelsat revenues up 9.5%

Despite a slowing economy in Russia and its impact on Eutelsat revenues, the Paris-based satellite operator reported some impressive numbers early on July 30. Revenues were up 9.5 per cent…

Intelsat delivers “solid” Q2

Intelsat, the global provider of satellite services, today reported total revenue of $598.1 million (€547m) and net income attributable to Intelsat of $60.2 million, or $0.47 per common share on…

ARRIS sees Q2 profit

ARRIS Group, the communications technology company, has published preliminary and unaudited financial results for the second quarter of 2015. Commenting on the results, Bob Stanzione, ARRIS Chairman and CEO said:…

Measat in race to buy Ariane launch slot

An Australian satellite operator is in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. But NewSat has key rights on a satellite launch from Arianespace.  Now a Delaware Bankruptcy judge has ordered that the launch…

Russia’s Spaceport has “lost” €115m

Russia’s most senior lawyer, its Prosecutor General, Mr Yury Chaika, says the 250 or so companies which collectively are building a brand-new rocket-launching spaceport have between them “lost” Rub 7.5…

Funding boost for Paywizard

Pay-TV subscription management specialist Paywizard is set to expand internationally with £3.5 million of funding from the Scottish Loan Fund (SLF). The funding boost from the SLF will support Paywizard…