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On Demand Group brings HBO content to 3 UK

On Demand Group and HBO have announced a deal to provide on-demand access to full episodes television shows from HBO via 3 UK's TV: On Demand TV subscription VOD service.…

SK Telecom inks Disney deal

SK Telekom has formed a joint venture with The Walt Disney Company to launch Korean-language Disney channels in South Korea in standard- and high-definition on IPTV, cable and satellite TV…

Sony streams World Cup content

Sony has confirmed that it will start streaming the FIFA World Cup Collection to Bravia TVs and Blu-ray Disc players across Europe via its BRAVIA Internet Video platform from late…

BT Vision readies Sky Sport for DTT

BT has confirmed that, after Ofcom's pay-TV review, it has reached a deal with Arqiva, the communications infrastructure and media services company, for DTT capacity so that it is in…

French football league TV channel

France's football league, the LFP, plans to launch its own TV channel president Frédéric Thiriez has confirmed. Thiriez said they were talking with service providers including Numericable, SFR and Orange…

SingTel, StarHub win broadcast rights to World Cup

Singapore’s pay-TV operators SingTel and StarHub have secured the broadcast rights of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The deal follows months of negotiations by the pay-TV operators. The rights of…

ROK brings World Cup to mobile phones across Africa

ROK Entertainment Group, the mobile technology, applications and services company, has made an agreement with leading pan-African VAS aggregator, Groupe Digital Afrique (GDA), to deliver World Cup football content –…

Yahoo scores Premier League highlights

Yahoo has struck a deal with the Premier League for the UK online highlights for the next three seasons. From the start of next season in August, Yahoo will run…

Hong Kong broadcasters resolve World Cup row

Three Hong Kong broadcasters have ended a dispute that would have shut out free coverage of the World Cup in the city of 7 million people but the partial solution…

More TV on PS3

Sony Corporation has signed a deal to bring Major League Baseball's live streaming service to PlayStation3 video game consoles. PlayStation owners will be able to sign up with MLB.TV to…