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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,…

BBC Worldwide to cut BBC Store?

BBC Worldwide to cut BBC Store?

BBC Worldwide is reported to be considering the closure of its BBC Store, its transactional VoD service, just 18 months after its launch. The Telegraph says the service may shut…

Tele Columbus “successful start” to 2017

Tele Columbus, the third largest German cable operator, published its financials for the first quarter of fiscal year 2017. The Group successfully continued on its growth path recording a 4.3…

Indonesia seeks updated media regulation

Indonesian government officials and international TV executives have called for modernised rules for the country’s broadcasting sector during a high powered Regulatory Roundtable in Jakarta. Co-sponsored by the Indonesian Broadcasting…

Rohde & Schwarz acquires Motama technology

GMIT, a subsidiary of Munich-based technology group Rohde & Schwarz, has acquired the technology of Motama. The acquisition will expand the Berlin-based company’s product portfolio for interruption-free transmission of audio…

FCC begins Title II roll back

FCC begins Title II roll back

As anticipated, the Federal Communications Commission has taken the first step toward restoring what it describes as Internet freedom and promoting infrastructure investment, innovation, and choice, by proposing to end…

Eutelsat sells Hispasat stake to Abertis

Eutelsat has agreed to sell its 33.69 per cent stake in Madrid-based Hispasat to Abertis. Abertis is itself in the process of being acquired by Italian infrastructure company Atlantia. The…