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Indian satellite boss in police investigation

The whole Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scandal, in which the operator of India’s satellite fleet was penalised in May by an International Court of Arbitration to the tune of…

CMA warns celebrities over social media endorsements

A number of celebrities have been warned about endorsing products on social media sites such as YouTube and Twitter without declaring they had been paid to do so, the UK…

Imagine joins VRT-EBU LiveIP project

Multiscreen video and revenue enablement solutions provider Imagine Communications has joined the LiveIP project, a collaboration of Belgian public broadcasting company VRT and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), as a…

DISH raises $3bn for spectrum buy

DISH raises $3bn for spectrum buy

Charlie Ergen’s DISH Network has raised a net $2.73 billion (€2.46bn) in new Convertible Notes, with a 3.375 per cent rate due for repayment in 2026. Dish says the funds…

DISH targets Loolbox in anti-piracy push

In its latest effort to combat piracy further, US pay-TV operator DISH has filed a lawsuit against the makers of the Loolbox streaming device, which unlawfully retransmits numerous Arabic TV…

Ofcom closes Premier League TV rights probe

Ofcom has closed its two-year investigation of the Premier League’s TV rights auction – a move which complainant Virgin Media believes will lead to price hikes for football fans. The…

FilmOn X sets out licensing appeal case

FilmOn X sets out licensing appeal case

OTT Internet TV service FilmOn X (formerly Aereokiller LLC) has set out its case against the appeal by US broadcast networks opposing the July 2015 ruling by Judge George Wu,…

EC outlaws Spain’s DSO broadcaster support

EC outlaws Spain’s DSO broadcaster support

The European Commission has found that a Spanish scheme compensating terrestrial private broadcasters for carrying out parallel broadcasting during the digitisation of the terrestrial television signal is in breach of…

Public Knowledge: ‘Copyright Office STB analysis flawed’

The United States Copyright Office has sent a letter to Congress claiming that the Federal Communications Commission’s set-top box proposal “could interfere with copyright owners’ rights to license their works,…

Vodafone, Liberty Global welcome merger clearance

Vodafone Group and cable MSO Liberty Global have welcomed the conditional clearance by the European Commission of the two companies’ proposed merger of their operating businesses in the Netherlands to…