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Is Fox fit for Sky?

Most 86 years-olds are resting up and regarding each new day as a bonus. Not Rupert Murdoch, for him another day is another deal. So, it must still be extra…

New CEO for Paywizard

The subscription, billing and customer relationship management (CRM) specialist, has named Bhavesh Vaghela its new Chief Executive Officer, as the company aims to capitalise on the sales and marketing successes…

Talpa takes control of SBS

Talpa Holding has bought a 67% share in SBS broadcasting from Finnish publisher Sanoma. This gives Talpa full ownership of SBS stations SBS6, NET5, Veronica and SBS9 as well as…

Fox brings in lawyers as harassment woes mount

Fox News parent 21st Century Fox says it is bringing in a law firm to investigate a sexual harassment claim against its anchor Bill O’Reilly. Several companies pull their ads…

Peters in, Hunt out at Netflix

Peters in, Hunt out at Netflix

Neil Hunt, considered by many as the architect of Netflix’s success as a premium entertainment streaming service, is to be replaced as Chief Product Officer in July 2017 by Greg…

CBS boss gets $69.6m salary pay-day

CBS boss Leslie Moonves has received a salary, plus bonus package of $69.6 million for last year’s work.  It represents a 22 per cent improvement on his 2015 earnings. The…

New CEO for TRIAX

Peter Lyhne Uhrenholt has been promoted to CEO from his current position as CPSO (Chief Product and Solution Officer), to take over from Claus Omann who is leaving the company…

SES creates market-focused business units

SES creates market-focused business units

Satellite operator SES’s Board of Directors has approved a restructuring of SES’s go-to-market organisation model with the creation of two highly-focused business units, SES Video and SES Networks, focusing on…

Oculus founder leaves Facebook

Paul Luckey, founder of Oculus and its VR headset, has left Facebook, which owns Oculus. Oculus recently lost a $500 million (€468m) court case against media firm Zenimax which said it…

Arianespace restructured

Arianespace has been restructured into a simplified ‘joint-stock’ company complete with a revision of the rocket launcher’s governance, operational and legal structure. The move comes some three months after Airbus-Safran Launchers…