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Comcast ‘limitless’ mobile

Comcast is launching a new wireless service with an unlimited data plan, making it the first major U.S. cable provider to enter into the highly competitive wireless market, as it…

MGM buys out EPIX partners for $1bn

MGM buys out EPIX partners for $1bn

MGM is to acquire all of the interests in premium pay-TV network EPIX of fellow partners Viacom, Lionsgate and Paramount  for approximately $1.032 billion (€0.970bn), based on a total value…

Groups call for better cross-border content access

The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) have urged EU decision makers to give citizens the keys to enjoy more TV and radio programmes from across…

Sky Italia launches kids mobile TV on demand

Sky Italia has launched Sky Kids, the first mobile TV on demand dedicated for children aged from two to 13 years. Thanks to the new app, children can initially watch…

4K UHD ‘well set’

4K UHD ‘well set’

Speakers at the MIPTV Sony 4K Ultra HD Theatre opening panel presented a healthy picture of the uptake and prospects for the format, with platforms, equipment, and production all proceeding…

Optus introduces Yes TV by Fetch Multiroom

Australian triple play operator Optus is boosting its fixed offering with the launch of new broadband plans and Yes TV by Fetch Multiroom. According to Ben White, Managing Director of…

Australia: Average 6.4 screens per home

Australia: Average 6.4 screens per home

The Q4 (October-December) 2016 Australian Multi-Screen Report – from Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen – continues to document how growing content, platform and screen choices have caused a gradual shift in the way consumers apportion their viewing across…

Movistar’s pay TV makes mobile the remote control

Movistar’s pay TV makes mobile the remote control

Telefónica is launching a new multi device functionality that will allow its subscribers to control and manage their pay-TV service through the mobile phone or the tablet. The new service,…

eMarketer: “Snapchat could be bigger than Twitter”

Snapchat could become more popular with advertisers than Twitter, Yahoo and AOL within three years. eMarketer forecasts that the messaging app will bring in revenues in excess of $3 billion…

Starz, Ooredoo launch mobile TV app

Omani Qatari Telecommunications Company (Ooredoo) has launched its iOS and Android compatible mobile TV app, ‘Ooredoo TV Go’, partnering with Starz Play to provide on-demand access to over 6,000 hours…