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NBC sets Olympic records

Jeff Zucker, President And CEO, NBC Universal, said: "Obviously our multi-platform Olympic strategy is a success, but this record-breaking Olympic performance is proving that network television is more alive than…

Entertainment drives BRIC mobile Internet growth

According to Nielsen, entertainment, gaming, and music websites rank among the top five categories visited in all four BRIC countries, but do not have a place among the top US…

NDS goes private with News Corp and Permira

News Corp is effectively selling around half its stake in the business to Permira as part of a complex deal. News Corp currently owns 72 per cent of NDS’s equity,…

FRAPA hits back in formats spat

On June 24, Howard Davine, executive vice-president of ABC Studios, allegedly wrote a memo to executive producers urging them to "carefully scrutinise" whether licensing foreign formats "is necessary or appropriate".…

More for less, as online viewing doubles

The report shows that in 2007 an average of seven hours and nine minutes a day was spent using an array of communications services – up by six minutes from…

More for less, as online viewing doubles

The report shows that in 2007 an average of seven hours and nine minutes a day was spent using an array of communications services – up by six minutes from…

Warner Bros on Internet

Online video network TheWB.com, set for launch on August 27, will feature an application that will integrate it with Facebook allowing content to flow on the popular social networking site.…

iPlayer set for H.264 and AAC

Writing on the BBC Internet blog, Huggers suggested that the BBC has always been a strong advocate and driver of open industry standards. "Without these standards, TV and radio broadcasting…

Digital distribution hits Private

Sales decreased to E5.2 million for the three-month period ended June 30, 2008. The company reported a net loss of E0.8 million for the quarter. Private Media Group CFO Johan…

Microsoft’s Zune goes to Hollywood

Although Microsoft has denied that Zune would expand into communications in a similar manner to the iPhone, the company admitted that it was in an “exploratory phase” regarding supplementing the…