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Acorn TV on Apple TV

Acorn TV is now available on Apple TV and in a new iOS app for iPhone and iPad with Qello Media Solutions. From RLJ Entertainment, Acorn TV is a US…

YouTube Red Originals to premiere Feb 10

YouTube Red Originals to premiere Feb 10

YouTube has confirmed that it will premiere the first of its YouTube Red Originals on February 10. Writing in the YouTube blog, Susanne Daniels, Global Head of Original Content, says…

Australia: 66% of SVoD users also download illegally

Australia: 66% of SVoD users also download illegally

According to a poll from Essential Research conducted in January, 66 per cent of Australians who download films, TV shows and music from peer-to-peer (free) sharing sites also subscribe to…

China: Tencent, ESPN digital partnership

China: Tencent, ESPN digital partnership

Tencent, one of China’s and the world’s leading providers of online products and services, has reached an agreement with global sports content company ESPN. The deal builds on Tencent’s vast…

TabletTV Internet television app for iPhones

Broadcast and pay-TV technology provider Motive Television has received approval from Apple for its TabletTV Internet App to be available to any iPhone user globally. The new App is available…

Sky’s Lucky Man sees record audience increase

Sky 1’s brand new crime drama, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, starring BAFTA-nominated actor James Nesbitt, has seen the viewing figures for its first episode increase by a record 1.14 million…

Automated IPTV anti-piracy service from Friend MTS

Content and platform security specialist Friend MTS is ramping up the fight against video piracy with the introduction of Viper, which it says is the first technology-led anti-piracy solution specifically…

Coalition suspects Google/FCC collusion

Without making specific allegations, the Future of TV Coalition – a diverse group of US programmers, content creators, civic groups and television providers formed to celebrate and promote the thriving…

Study: Pirate streamed football is dangerous

Study: Pirate streamed football is dangerous

Accessing free streams of top football matches is putting devices, and personal privacy, at great risk, says a study by computer science researchers at Stony Brook University in New York.…

NCTA: Consumers will pay for STB reform

Michael Powell, President and CEO of US trade body the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) and a former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission himself, has hit out at…