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Liberty Global partners up for IP multimedia home gateway

Liberty Global has announced plans to work with Samsung, Intel Corporation, NDS and Nagravision to build a new common IP gateway device for its European digital TV customers. The multimedia…

DLNA will breakthrough this year

Strategy Analytics predicts that over 2 billion DLNA-certified (Digital Living Network Alliance) products will be installed in consumers' homes or pockets by 2014. “Strategy Analytics forecasts 59 per cent growth…

Rentrak signs contract with MTV Networks

Rentrak Corporation, an expert in multi-screen media measurement serving the advertising and entertainment industries, has announced that MTV Networks (MTVN) has become the first major cable group to subscribe to…

Nielsen: Demographic data extraction needs collaboration

Tapping the potential of set-top-box (STB) data will not be easy nor quick, according to a white paper from the Council for Research Excellence. The study, a yearlong endeavour, concluded…

MoCA: Europe is good for coax home nets

The Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) has published the results of a study into coaxial infrastructure in homes in the UK, France, Netherlands and Poland. The study shows that there…

Ooyala launches 'TV Everywhere' platform

Ooyala, provider of end-to-end video platform applications and services , has announced the development of a new 'TV Everywhere' video platform. The platform makes it easy for content rights holders…

OSN selects Harmonic

Harmonic has confirmed that OSN (Orbit Showtime Network), the leading DTH satellite provider serving the Middle East, has deployed Harmonic’s digital headend solutions to power its recently launched HD video…

SES to host extensive 3D tests

With its 3D-ready satellites and teleports serving as the distribution backbone, SES World Skies, a division of SES, has announced it plans to join leading broadcasters, programmers, TV makers and…

Connected TVs 25% of new in US

More than one quarter of all TVs purchased by US consumers in January were linked to the Internet, according to a survey conducted by iSuppli. Among US consumers that purchased…

DISH, Rentrak measurement deal

Multi-screen media measurement specialist Rentrak has agreed a deal with US digital satellite operator DISH Network to integrate commercially DISH Network’s TV viewing data with Rentrak’s TV Essentials audience measurement…

OMVC, Harris, Rentrak to measure mobile TV patterns

The Open Mobile Video Coalition (OMVC), a broadcast industry organisation dedicated to accelerating over-the-air Mobile Digital Television, is teaming with Harris Interactive, a global market research firm, and Rentrak, a…

CIMM adds six new members

The Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement, an industry group formed last year to promote innovation in TV and cross-platform audience measurement, has confirmed the addition of six new members: Gannett,…

Deutsche Telekom sets fibre-optic infrastructure charges

Deutsche Telekom has applied to the German Federal Network Agency to approve the charges for use of three elements of its fibre-optic infrastructure. The Group is offering access in multi-function…

BBC monitors website with Witbe

BBC is using Witbe’s quality of experience (QoE) technology to complement its existing quality of service (QoS) measurements with end-user experience data, based on actual visual clues, for the BBC.co.uk…

Allot launches WebSafe

Allot Communications, an expert in IP service optimisation and revenue generation solutions, has launched Allot WebSafe, a network service designed to block online illegal and harmful content. The solution is…