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Disney commits to Sky News funding

Disney commits to Sky News funding

Disney has committed itself to a series of undertakings in respect of Sky News as part of the proposed merger between 21st Century Fox and Sky. In a Statement in…

US: Smartphone time to overtake TV in 2019

US: Smartphone time to overtake TV in 2019

In 2018, US adults will still dedicate more time per day to TV – nearly 3 hours, 50 minutes – than to any other medium, but TV time is shrinking,…

Forecast: UK advertising to top £20bn

UK advertising is expected to increase to £19.9 billion (€22.4bn) in 2018, up from £18.8 billion in 2017, with media investment group GroupM predicting that investment will surpass £20 billion…

Intelsat, SES ask FCC for more time

Satellite operator SES and Intelsat have written to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington DC, asking for a 60-day extension to the deadline for their clients – mostly US…

Starz launches on YouTube TV

Starz launches on YouTube TV

Starz, a Lionsgate company , and YouTube, have announced the launch of Starz and Straz Encore premium pay-TV channels and services – including Starz, Starz Encore and Starz Encore Westerns…

Netflix signs content deal with Dark duo

Netflix has signed a multi-year content deal with the creative minds behind one of the most-watched non-English shows on Netflix, Dark. Under the terms of the deal, Jantje Friese and…

YouTube launches paid services in UK

YouTube launches paid services in UK

YouTube has launched two new streaming services – YouTube Music and YouTube Premium – in the UK and 12 other new countries. YouTube Music will enable users to listen to…

BBC warns of spectrum loss threat

Andy Quested, Lead, BBC Production Standards, has warned that any further reduction of the spectrum available for terrestrial broadcasting could seriously hinder the ability of broadcasters such as the BBC…

Videa: “TV ad industry ready for change”

Videa, an online marketplace for automated television advertising, has released research from their Change Management survey, providing a number of insightful perspectives from 174 participants, comprised of Media Agency and…

Germany embracing sport streaming

Some 30 per cent third of broadband users in Germany watch live sport via streams or live text feeds, up from 23 per cent in 2016, according to a study…

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