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Cinea for NDS

Cinea, a subsidiary of Dolby, has confirmed that NDS has licensed the company’s forensic watermarking technology for use with its extensive product line of conditional access and digital rights management…

iTunes TV downloads

Apple has made US TV shows including Lost, Desperate Housewives and Grey’s Anatomy available to UK users of its iTunes download store. Apple is charging £1.89 (E2.79) per episode through…

Canal Plus Internet TV deals

Canal Plus has signed deals with France Telecom’s Orange, Neuf Cegetel and Iliad’s Free to supply content from some of its channels via the internet. Subscribers to the three Internet…

Exterity TriplePlay receiver

Exterity, a specialist in network IPTV, has confirmed the availability of its new TriplePlay receiver. Known as the 'idaptor TriplePlay' receiver, the new compact device will deliver and receive Internet,…

DIG takes 40% stake in Indian IPTV

Dubai Investment Group (DIG has acquired through its subsidiary Dubai Ventures, a 40 per cent stake in Time Broadband Services, India's newest IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) service provider. Having extensive…

ump on Tiscali

JTV shows from around the world will be streamed in the UK through Tiscali under a deal with on-demand broadcaster JumpTV. The partnership will see JumpTV install its video players…

Simply Sports channels

Online video group Simply Media is diversifying into male-oriented programming, having acquiring a majority stake in online golf channel GolfBug.tv for an undisclosed sum. The group has announced plans to…

Deloitte: too much choice in IPTV?

Consultancy firm Deloitte suggests that the jury is still out as to whether the IPTV sector in the UK can replicate its success in France, where provider Free now has…

Alcatel Lucent loses top execs

The turbulent 10-months at Alcatel Lucent has claimed two senior victims. Mike Quigley, the Australian once tipped to be chief executive of the French group, and Frank D'Amelio, the former…

Sky switches online agency

BSkyB has handed its digital search advertising work, worth up to £10 million (E14.5m) a year, to Aegis-owned Diffiniti and Unique in a strategic move to bring in specialist agencies…