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AB HD channels renew with Canalsat

French TV group AB has concluded a distribution deal with Canalsat to continue to have nine of its HD channels transmitted on the platform. RTL 9, AB1, AB Moteurs, Mangas,…

Ofcom: Online viewing growth creates challenges for PSBs

Ofcom has published the conclusions of its third review of public service TV broadcasting, the first review since 2008, suggesting that broadcasters need to adapt their models to maximise commercial…

TVPlayer launches pay OTT

UK over-the-top television platform TVPlayer is to launch TVPlayer Plus, a subscription service, this summer. TVPlayer Plus will be priced from £4.99 (€7.05) per month (with no contract) and enables…

Original content tops binge viewing

Original content tops binge viewing

Findings from the second annual TiVo Spring 2015 Binge Viewing Survey indicate that binge viewing, defined as viewing more than three episodes of a series in a day, has continued…

BBC Trust ‘OK’ for BBC3 online; rejects BBC1+1

The BBC Trust has published its provisional conclusions on the BBC Executive’s proposals to reinvent BBC Three as an online-only service, launch a +1 channel for BBC One; evolve BBC…

iPlayer halts requests decline

iPlayer halts requests decline

There were 276 million requests to BBC iPlayer in May. This was an increase of 2 per cent month on month, and bucked the trend of declining requests the streaming…

Manhattan to support Freeview Play

Digital UK and Freeview have confirmed that set-top box manufacturer Manhattan TV will launch a range of Freeview Play products early next year. The UK-owned company will offer a standalone…

Lebara goes OTT with Lebara Play for migrants

Lebara goes OTT with Lebara Play for migrants

Telecoms provider Lebara, best known for calling plans to enable migrant communities to connect, has launched Lebara Play, which aims to bridge the content gap by providing a new entertainment…

BBC “mind-control” iPlayer

BBC “mind-control” iPlayer

The BBC has revealed details of an experiment it conducted allowing people to control TVs using nothing but their brainwaves. In collaboration with tech company This Place, the corporation claims…

Sky: NOW TV broadening pay-TV market

The launch and enhancement of NOW TV, Sky’s subscription-free OTT streaming service, has enabled the operator to tap into new pockets of demand, according to Stephen Van Rooyen, Chief Marketing…

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