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Ricky Gervais creates anti-piracy ad

Ricky Gervais creates anti-piracy ad

Pro-copyright consumer education body The Industry Trust for IP Awareness and Entertainment One UK (eOne) has launched an exclusive David Brent: Life On the Road trailer that sees Ricky Gervais…

DLNA 4.0 publishes DLNA 4.0 guidelines

The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) has announced that the organisation’s latest Guidelines for streaming personal content in the home are now available for download. DLNA 4.0 enables consumer product…

Warner Bros joins HEVC Advance

HEVC Advance, an independent licensing administrator, hasy announced that Warner Bros has become both a Licensor and Licensee of the HEVC Advance HEVC/H.265 Patent Pool.  As a Licensor, Warner Bros…

Egypt expels British TV anchor

Liliane Daoud, a former BBC reporter, was June 28th forcibly removed from her Cairo home by plain-clothes police, separated from her husband, and placed on a plane to Beirut. Her…

Europe Cable revenue up 7%

Europe Cable revenue up 7%

The cable industry is growing, with total revenues up 7.1 per cent year on year based on IHS statistics released by Cable Europe at the annual Cable Congress in Warsaw.…

Bonne Chance indeed

Bonne Chance indeed

If you’d asked me to predict the outcome of the Brexit vote I’d have said it would be Remain, for sure. When I left the coverage at about 1am on…

South Africa to investigate pay-TV market

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has launched an inquiry into the subscription television broadcasting services market. The purpose of the inquiry is to, among others, define the relevant…

India DTT to open to ‘private’ TV?

India’s current Digital Terrestrial TV signals are the closed domain of public broadcaster Doordarshan. That could change if India’s Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI) gets its way. TRAI wants to open…

BBC boost for HbbTV

BBC boost for HbbTV

The BBC, working in collaboration with Freeview, Digital UK and the DTG, has announced that it intends to accelerate the adoption of international standards around interactive TV in the UK…

Brexit: Risks for TV subs

The UK’s vote to leave the European Union could have dramatic consequences for the country’s pay-TV viewers. With an exit from the EU would come the abandonment of the various…

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