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Sky likely to enjoy Bundesliga auction success

Sky Deutschland is likely to succeed at the upcoming Bundesliga football TV rights auction with three to four of the five packages on offer going to Sky, but is likely…

Extra time for Vodafone Spain free football promotion

In an attempt to avoid subscribers from cancelling the service in Summer, Vodafone has decided to extended its free football promotion offer until the end of the year. Vodafone is…

EC Digital Single Market: Industry reaction

A number of broadcast industry trade bodies and observers have commented on the European Commission’s Digital Single Market proposals. Cable Europe welcomed the proposal to amend the Audiovisual Media Services…

New EC rules: Quotas for Netflix, Prime

New EC rules: Quotas for Netflix, Prime

The European Commission has proposed an update of EU audiovisual rules to create a fairer environment for all players, promote European films, protect children and tackle hate speech better, as…

Disney, Netflix US deal starts this summer

Disney, Netflix US deal starts this summer

Netflix has announced that from September it will be the exclusive US pay-TV home for all Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar movies released from 2016 onwards. Meaning, it will be…

Creativity initiative from French broadcast industry

France’s TF1 group and six leading broadcasting industry bodies – SATEV (press agencies), SEDPA (distributors), SPECT (content developers), SPFA (animated films), SPI (independent producers) and USPA (TV production) – have…

Education key to copyright safeguarding

The changing UK film and TV piracy landscape is revealed in new figures released to coincide with the CREATe Industry Copyright Education & Awareness Symposium May 24th, where key stakeholders…

Spain: Mediaset buys Euro 2016 matches

Spain: Mediaset buys Euro 2016 matches

Mediaset Spain has announced an agreement with UEFA to broadcast matches from the Euro 2016 tournament which gets underway in France on June 10th. The operator, which owns Tele 5…

Portuguese operators agree on sport distribution

Portuguese operators agree on sport distribution

Portuguese telecommunications operators NOS and Vodafone signed a content distribution agreement that includes all national and international sport content rights currently owned or to be acquired by either of the…

Netgem adds Hopster and Wuaki.tv

End-to-end video entertainment provider Netgem has added video-on-demand streaming service Wuaki.tv and children’s platform Hopster to its global line-up. The partnership will see both OTT players made available across Netgem’s…

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