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Further anti-piracy court success for DISH

In another blow to peddlers of illicit video piracy services and a further success for US pay-TV operator DISH on the heels of forcing the closure of an illegal IPTV…

Canada strengthens net neutrality commitment

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has strengthened its commitment to net neutrality by declaring that Internet Service Providers should treat data traffic equally to foster consumer choice, innovation…

Ofcom consults on opening up BT’s infrastructure

UK comms regulator Ofcom has set out detailed plans for improving access to BT’s network arm Openreach’s infrastructure, making it cheaper and easier for competing providers to connect their own…

Samsung, Amazon deliver HDR10+

Samsung, Amazon deliver HDR10+

Samsung Electronics and Amazon Video are introducing HDR10+, an updated open standard that leverages dynamic metadata to produce enhanced contrast and colours on an expanded range of televisions. According to…

T-Mobile ‘not violating neutrality’

T-Mobile Netherlands’ zero-rated music offer isn’t violating net neutrality a court in Rotterdam has ruled. Regulator ACM challenged the offer, but the court found that while the zero rating did…

Kantar: Ad industry at risk without measurement standards

Research released by Kantar Media warns that, if the advertising industry doesn’t find a way to measure performance accurately and consistently, Proctor & Gamble’s threat to pull spend from digital…

Vivendi ordered to cut TI or Mediaset stake

Vivendi ordered to cut TI or Mediaset stake

French media group Vivendi has been ordered to reduce its stake in either Telecom Italia or commercial broadcaster Mediaset by Italy’s communications regulator AGCom (Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni).…

O’Reilly out at Fox

21st Century Fox has confirmed that Bill O’Reilly, star anchor of its Fox News Channel, will not be returning to the network after the conclusion of a pre-planned holiday. In a…

Germany: Half DTT users switch to DVB-T2

Over half (51.2 per cent) of DTT users in Germany have already switched to the new DVB-T2 standard since its launch on March 29th, according to a survey by TNS…

DISH wins pirate IPTV court case​

DISH wins pirate IPTV court case​

A US federal court has ruled that the owners of the Lool IPTV service unlawfully streamed international television channels to users in the United States in violation of rights held…