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Motors TV: ‘Business-as-usual with benefits’

Motors TV’s Founder, Jean-Luc Roy, has suggested that it will be ‘business-as-usual with benefits’ for the service’s audiences and suppliers following its acquisition by Motorsport Network. Motors TV has re-affirmed…

Disney, Lucasfilm, Industry Trust join forces once again

Disney, Lucasfilm, Industry Trust join forces once again

Pro-copyright consumer education body the Industry Trust for IP Awareness, The Walt Disney Company and Lucasfilm are collaborating to inspire audiences to choose cinema in a new trailer for IP…

ITV, AwesomenessTV launching 2Awesome

ITV is set to launch 2Awesome, featuring new and exclusive programming for ITV2 and the ITV Hub, from AwesomenessTV. 2Awesome marks a new partnership, which will see ITV broadcast exclusive…

Canal+ brings Disney content to Africa

Canal+ brings Disney content to Africa

Canal+, the French cable television channel, has agreed a deal with The Walt Disney Company that will see Disney content aired in the Francophone territories of the sub-Saharan Africa. Four…

Amazon eyes live sports rights

Amazon eyes live sports rights

Amazon has held talks with US sports leagues the NBA, MLB and NFL and others to stream live sports, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. Amazon is…

Man arrested for online copyright offences

The City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) arrested a 35-year-old man in the south England town of Maidenhead on November 17th on suspicion of copyright offences relating…

Fox, AT&T extend DirecTV carriage deal

Fox, AT&T extend DirecTV carriage deal

In advance of the formal launch of its OTT service DirecTV NOW at the end of the month, AT&T has reached an agreement with Fox Networks Group to extend the…

BBC Worldwide content for Hong Kong’s TVB

BBC Worldwide has signed a deal with TVB to launch its suite of five channels and brands in Hong Kong. BBC First, BBC Lifestyle, BBC Earth, CBeebies and BBC World…

Digiturk retains Super League TV rights

Digiturk retains Super League TV rights

Turkish digital TV platform Digiturk has retained the broadcasting rights for the Turkish Super Leagues for another five years. Digiturk outbid rival platform Turkcell Superonline to land all broadcasting rights…

Sky CEO: “Sport is now less important”

Sky CEO: “Sport is now less important”

Sky’s Group CEO Jeremy Darroch has said that while sport remains a key part of its broadcast portfolio, the content rights aren’t as important as they once were. Speaking at…