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EU filmmakers warn of Single Market risks

On the occasion of the European Film Forum at the Cannes Film Festival, over 80 of Europe’s filmmakers have set out their vision for Europe’s policies on copyright and culture,…

Europe agrees content portability rules

Europe agrees content portability rules

EU citizens with subscriptions for online films and TV will soon be able to access their content while temporarily in another EU country, following a vote in the European Parliament.…

Commercial TV welcomes EU portability

The Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) has welcomed the European Parliament’s adoption of the proposal for a regulation on cross-border portability. Once in effect, the regulation will ensure…

Sky extends NBCU content deal

Sky has confirmed the extension of its long-standing partnership with NBCUniversal. The extensive multi-year agreements cover Sky Cinema and NBCUniversal International Networks’ (NBCUIN) suite of channel brands for Sky’s customers…

Free VoD from Pluto TV

Free VoD from Pluto TV

American free Internet television service Pluto TV has launched its free VoD offering. This new feature adds to the 100+ curated channels enjoyed by more than 6 million Pluto TV…

Discovery concludes Olympics FTA deal with Armenia

Discovery Communications’ has concluded its twentieth free-to-air broadcast partnership.  The new partnerships with Armenian Public TV and Radio Televizioni i Kosovës (RTK) along with existing agreements with national broadcasters across…

All Belgian football on Proximus TV

All Belgian football on Proximus TV

Begian telco Proximus has reached an agreement with the Pro League for the broadcasting rights to the Jupiler Pro League (D1A) for the next three seasons. This new agreement means…

FilmOn X settles copyright dispute

OTT streaming service FilmOn X has reached settlements in its copyright dispute with the major US networks regrading whether Internet streaming services can use the same automatic copyright licence granted…

SPI International/FilmBox renews FilmOn deal

SPI International/FilmBox renews FilmOn deal

Global TV operator SPI International/FilmBox has renewed its distribution agreement with FilmOn TV, part of the FOTV/Hologram USA group of companies. FilmOn will continue to carry several international thematic channels…

Kodi: ‘We won’t police pirate content’

Kodi: ‘We won’t police pirate content’

Following the April ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union that the sale of a multimedia player which enables films that are available illegally on the Internet…

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