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Avanti “burning through cash”

London-based specialist satellite operator Avanti saw its shares fall in value some 13.4 per cent on February 4th following the release of its half-year results. Avanti reported a narrowed pre-tax…

SES in “rehabilitation mode”

Satellite operator SES is not winning friends in the investment community. Despite a couple of mostly positive investment reports last week, its share price has continued to be under pressure.…

Buoyant forecasts for Eutelsat

Satellite operator Eutelsat has enjoyed a good few days in terms of its share price and helped by a very positive pair of reports from investment banks. One report, from…

‘Direct-to-Eye’ TV gets closer

Not so many years ago, Dr Abe Peled, the much-missed CEO – at the time – of content protection specialist NDS (now part of the giant Cisco Systems conglomerate) joked…

‘Blue Origin’ rocket flies, and returns to Earth

The race to successfully return rockets to Earth following launch is well and truly taking place. Three billionaires are behind the activity. On the one hand there’s Elon Musk, flush…

Sky: ‘Time to revisit’

Yesterday’s news that Sky has signed a pan-European agreement with US premium programming giant Showtime (itself part of the CBS/Viacom empire) is more good news for the pay-TV broadcaster. The…

US media stocks suffer

January 20th saw the US Dow Jones share index crash more than 500 points. Amongst the top fallers were media and technology stocks. Twitter, despite being helped by rumours that…

Time Warner bid talk is all OTT

Love him or hate him – and, like most, I have a chronically schizophrenic attitude – you have to hand it to Keith Rupert Murdoch. If at first you don’t…

Willing buyer for Al Jazeera America?

The decision to axe the Al Jazeera America will cause significant losses at the channel, expensively launched on the back of the $500 million purchase of Current TV – a…

High-speed broadband in cars moves closer

Consumers can already access broadband and media via smartphones whether they’re sat in a car, on a train and increasingly in the air. However, a new link between Toyota and…

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