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EBU’s Fell to lead WBU Technical Committee

EBU’s Fell to lead WBU Technical Committee

Simon Fell, Director of the EBU’s Technology and Innovation Department, has been elected to Chair the Technical Committee of the World Broadcasting Unions (WBU) for a two-year term (2017/18). The…

EBU welcomes EU UHF spectrum agreement

EBU welcomes EU UHF spectrum agreement

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has welcomed the vote by the European Parliament’s Industry Committee on the long-term future of the UHF frequencies. The vote validates an EU interinstitutional agreement…

Analyst: Cellcos should embrace LTE Broadcast now

Consultancy firm Strategy Analytics has recommended that mobile operators, especially those with multi-screen assets and ambitions to provide superior mobile video and data experiences to customers, adopt eMBMS, or LTE…

Broadcasters welcome European spectrum commitments

Broadcast Networks Europe (BNE) – the trade organisation for terrestrial broadcast network operators for radio and TV in Europe – has welcomed the key commitments in favour of terrestrial broadcasting…

European agreement on 700 MHz usage

European agreement on 700 MHz usage

The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission have agreed on how to coordinate the use of the 700 MHz band to bring mobile Internet services to all Europeans and…

GSMA calls for investment ‘step change’

GSMA calls for investment ‘step change’

At a meeting of the EC’s Telecoms Council, mobile industry trade body the GSMA has called on Ministers to commit to the rapid adoption of the telecoms regulatory framework reforms…

Italy switches off TV pirates

Italy has been plagued for more than 10 years by dozens of unlicensed Italian pirate broadcasters. Indeed, they have been on air for so long that they have become part…

Rivals call for curb on BT’s mobile dominance

Rivals call for curb on BT’s mobile dominance

A new campaign is calling on UK consumers to join the fight to ensure more choice and better quality in the mobile sector and curb BT’s dominance. Three UK, TalkTalk,…

Ofcom outlines rules for mobile spectrum auction

Ofcom outlines rules for mobile spectrum auction

UK comms regulator Ofcom has set out plans to release valuable new airwaves to meet the growing demand for mobile broadband. Next year, Ofcom will auction 190 MHz of spectrum…

BCG report calls for inclusive Gigabit Society

ETNO, the Association representing Europe’s leading providers of digital communications and services, has presented a new report on “Building the gigabit society: an inclusive path toward its realisation”, prepared by…

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